This one is a vampire.
Notice the bloody fangs. Charming, eh?
When it came time to go trick-or-treating, Caroline got all dressed up in her running gear and I started to snap a few pictures.
In this one, I told her to make it look less like a mugshot, since she was supposed to be having fun, but my directions didn’t really help.
Since the “smiling” shots weren’t working, we went with “act like a runner before a big race” shots.
Checking the watch.
And various stretching poses. Although, neither Craig nor I stretch before running. We wait until we’re finished and our muscles are warm. But that’s not really the point. Anyway….
And this is where things start to go really down hill. Notice the fuzzy shots.
Fuzzy, fuzzy, uncooperative and more fuzzy.
At this point, I was pretty annoyed.
By this time, I was fully annoyed and Caroline was losing her cooperative spirit. In frustration, I “lightly” tapped the camera on the hallway rug.
And this happened.
Oopsie! I bent the lens.
Which then led me to this:
Don’t mind the goofy camera pictures in the mirror, it seems to be a tradition each time I get a new camera.
All in all, this story has a happy ending, which, as the recipient of the happiness, I can appreciate. I do, however, wish I hadn’t lost my cool and broken my old camera. I suppose this can be chalked up to a “live and learn” type of lesson.