Stock photography and kids have one thing in common - they make you more aware of your surroundings. Some people talk about seeing the world through your children's eyes, but I actually find I'm pretty darn interested in the world all on my own - kids just add to that by having some else around who is amazed as well.
On the weekend two of my sons and I were at their cross country ski lessons and they noticed some big snowflakes on their jackets. I grabbed my (super handy and compact) Olympus OM-D, tiny 14mm pancake lens and a 10mm extension tube that I keep handy and started looking for interesting snowflakes on the window of the car. The tinted window made a nice background of black to offset the ice crystals and flakes. It is often tricky to find 'perfect' snowflakes...
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