Lions and Tigers



Loving this collaboration of lions and tigers between Sharon Montrose and Elizabeth Soule. Lately our daughter V likes to pretend she is a lion/tiger, and dog. In fact, her dog bark sounds so real, that a friend I was talking to on the phone overheard her barks and thought we had got a dog. How many of your kids get into 'method acting' mode and pretend they are animals? Aren't these photographs fantastic? Rwwrrarh...

3 comments:

Mlle Paradis said...

so terribly beautiful!

kalanicut said...

I am SO glad to know that my Little Bug isn't the only one. LOL. She crawls around, howls, roars, all sort of crazy things. It gets to be a little embarrassing sometimes. :)

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