Little A. asked me if she could use my Nikon D300.
“Sure”, I told her.
Happily she snapped and never looked back. Just having her Dad’s camera and pushing the shutter seemed enough.
She never requested to see the results but I don’t care. As long as Little A. is happy.
Clouds floating, light changing.
I tried to explain to Little A. that waiting for the right light, the right mood was an important part of landscape photography.
She yawned, my 15 year old daughter and I understood is was not about creating but just about being with her father.