Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Itsy Bitsy Spider

"The itsy bitsy spider climbed up the waterspout...

Itsy Bitsy Spider
Henry: "Itsy Bitsy?"


… Down came the rain
and washed the spider out.
Out came the sun
and dried up all the rain
and the itsy bitsy spider climbed up the spout again."


Dog Blog Post #1703


Um… Ewww?

Photography Assignment


Our Daily Challenge - Feb 24 2015 - "Nursery Rhymes"

Daily Dog Challenge 1211. "Childhood Memories"

115 Pictures in 2015 - #47. "A Childhood Memory"

Who doesn't remember doing the hand motions that go along with this classic rhyme!

Itsy Bitsy Spider
Zachary: (gulp)


Itsy Bitsy Spider
Zachary: "Oh Mother, dear? Would you mind coming over here..."


Itsy Bitsy Spider
Zachary: "… before it climbs much higher?"

Editor's Note: I could tell you that's a fishing rod canister standing before a sheet of plywood covered in "stone" wallpaper - but that would probably spoil things, wouldn't it.

On the bright side (pardon the pun) my second softboxed-flash did a splendid job of eliminating the otherwise annoying strong shadow that would have appeared on the left side of the image.


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9 comments:

The Dogvine said...

I couldn't have done that assignment as I am terrified of spiders of any kind! Zachary doesn't look to keen either although he looks very focused on the "spider". WW Woofs from The Dogvine Crew

Kari Neumeyer said...

Spooky! I love the one where you're looking at the camera and asking for your mom.

Miley's Daily Scoop said...

Potential new furiend?! BOL! Cute!!

paws2smile said...

*shivers* I don't like even fake spiders! But cute shots. :)

Talent Hounds said...

Always something fun!

Shannon Adams said...

So cute! Now that song is stuck in my brain.

The Indulged Furries said...

I love Zachary's little lip curl in the "gulp" photo.

Molly TheWally said...

OMD it is HUGE, gulp indeed. Have a wonderful Wednesday.
Best wishes Molly

claudiovet14 said...

You must be from the south because that spider is HUGE. ;-)