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grand daughter (4y.o.) swimming

Discussion in 'People' started by kevin pyle, Aug 4, 2008.

  1. Here's a couple of the grand daughter swimming saturday afternoon. This bathing suit has floatation in both front and back of suit so she was able to swim freely about the pool, jump of diving board, basically having a great time. Yes, Grandmother was always in the water next to her, she's just been cropped out. Greg had a very excellent suggestion in his post.
    D3, 70-200 2.8.
    Thanks for viewing,
    Kevin

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  2. Matthias

    Matthias

    300
    Apr 13, 2007
    Central Texas
    Great shots - I like #1.
     
  3. Very nice- looks like a fun time.
     
  4. kevin....
    love those shots
    but...
    permit me to be a pediatrician for a moment

    no flotation, of any kind, off a boat, after age 1
    let that lovely lady learn how to swim.... and she NEVER WILL in that flotation suit and floaties....

    those devices have led to over 75% of all drownings in the US... from ages 1-5 in the last 10 years
    (because of the false sense of security that the impart on their wearers)

    sorry to pontificate so loudly
    just a bathing suit please..... give her lessons
    i beg of you

    sorry...

    i DO like the series, however
     
  5. Greg,
    not a problem whatsoever, she will have lessons, in every shot what you don't see is MeMe (Grandmother) that is cropped out of the pic, she wasn't about to leave lil Raven unattended with the floaties on. Thanks for the concern and kind words.
    Kevin P.
     
  6. Matthias,
    thanks for viewing and the kind words. Your portrait work is outstanding, so I take your words as quite the compliment.
    Kevin P.
     
  7. Jeff,
    thanks for stopping by, viewing your site, you also have an appreciation for capturing youngsters. Thanks for the kind words.
    Kevin P.
     
  8. BellaB

    BellaB

    90
    May 31, 2008
    Florida,USA

    Good advice. Thank you.
    I feel really bad right now because my little one, 2.5, wants to be in the pool without floaties or anything but I'm the one forcing him to wear them. What you say makes sense; how is he gonna learn to swim like that?
     
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