“I know why he’s taking our picture…”
“He’ll put our picture in his phone which has a thing called facebook”
“I see grown-ups staring at facebook all the time. They keep going down and then they keep going up”
“You’ll put our picture on facebook..isn’t it?”
Me : “No”
Me : “Why should I lie?”
“What will you do with the picture then?”
Me : “……………………………Nothing”
“Show us facebook on your phone”
Me : “I’ll put your picture on my blog”
Me : “A blog….”
“You’re lying. He’s lying”
Me : “……………………………………”
Me : “Right…like facebook”
“See…I told you guys”
54 thoughts on “Blackjack ‘ed’”
Good to see you back posting more regularly
I wasn’t expecting this either.
Well, even if its short-lived, it’s good to see your shots and hear the stories attached.
Thank you John…a worthy advice in there!
So glad you like it. Thank you Victor!
Wonderful collection of eyes !!!
Thank you very much!!!
Look at Mr. Smarty in the middle…no fooling that young man 😉 (and the lovely and shy girl to the left- fantastic shot Arjun-)
Ha Ha…she’s adorable. Thank you very much Christine! 🙂
Thanks for the picture and accompanying dialogue…it all makes sense.
Thank you very much Cindy!!
Brilliant capture of innocence 🙂 and I have a similar story of FB and that gang had all 60+ ones. 🙂 Shows how popular it is nowadays! 🙂 Welcome Back, Arjun:)
Hi Archita. Thank you so much 🙂
Wow…Can I have the link please?
Not on blog.In my experience. 🙂 Once I clicked a picture of a group for my blog and they wanted it to go on FB because blog in their opinion is outdated. 🙂 Amazing how FB is popular in all age groups. 🙂
Great pic and Story!
Thank you my friend!
Great photo…these kids are so cool. Each one’s expression is so different and those eyes. I wonder what they would think to see themselves here? Love your story, Arjun.
Thank you very much J.H. Much appreciate your presence and inspiring words.
I love this one! Each child has such a unique look, you’ve done a great job capturing their essence. The girl at the bottom left grabs my attention the most, one eye showing with a great smile.
I’m glad you like this one Mark and yes, the girl at the bottom with that smile holds gravity of the picture. Thank you so much!
mi ha conquistato la piccola che si intravede in basso col sorriso furbo e l’occhio sbarazzino….certo si fa domande su facebook! immagine straordinaria
I took the little girl that you can see at the bottom with the crafty smile and jaunty eye …. of course it asks questions on facebook! extraordinary image
Thank you very much Ventis! 🙂
Black Jack in all his sense, beautiful words and post 🙂 !
Thank you Serach 🙂
Such fantastic captured expressions and of course ‘Put me on facebook’ … Everyone knows facebook, but a blog? Pah!! 😉 xx
They see black n’ white and I can only wish, they turn poets/photographers, artists like you and me.
these kiddos… 😀 whats app generation 😛 what a lovely conversation…!! lol
So glad you enjoyed this post Neeli. Thank you very much for dropping by!!
Adorable! Welcome back Arjun, we have missed you. ♡
and I’m not going anywhere, no more…I’m such a waste without friends I got here and you….
hmm . . . guess they showed you what you were supposed to be doing-I love the image-it looks like they are daring you *not* to do what they are *suggesting*-a wonderfully delightful post Arjun!
I do what they already know, don’t know what else can I do though I wonder what choice photographers before our times had and I’m excited as well with so many taking up photography, making videos…so much to learn, keep up…Thank you my friend, your pictures and consistency is awe-inspiring !!
Beautiful shot – did any of them get to see it?
Ha ha…Someday they’ll find out. Here or Fb….I hope so!!
Smart kids 🙂
I love the expression on their faces. There is such a variety.
bwaaaaaaaaaaahhhhahahahaha too funny
Ah..there’s the missing kid!
Clever as they are beautiful:)
Very hopeful and proud of our future generation. Thank you very much Elena!
Wonderful kids! 😀
P.S. You actually DID post this on Facebook… I remember it.
Of course, I did but that’s not my point but I get the point…I must stop complaining!
Of course that’s not the point. I just had a need to mention it.
Please do. I like it especially when you do.
The wonder of life in their little eyes. Missed you lately
haha, this truly made me laugh!! Love it!! 🙂