Saturday, November 26, 2011

Scav Hunt Sunday: Noam and Thanks

Waiting:
At South Station, everyone waits in front of the time board to see which track their train is leaving from. I was just waiting to leave to get to Noam!

Foliage:
Nothing like a little fresh air before Thanksgiving. Noam had some fun playing with the foliage that is left on the ground.

Candid:
Noam just sat down and opened his book and was turning the pages looking for the "dundies" (doggies).

Knife, Fork, Spoon:
Eating pumpkin pie with a silver spoon, what a sophisticated 1 year old.

Thirds:
Those eyes. Get me every, single, time.
Scavenger Hunt Sunday

29 thoughts on the matter:

Deborah L. Tisch said... {Reply}

Found your site through the Scavenger Hunt..and I love your photos! Thanks for sharing these.

Jen said... {Reply}

What a great set, Tamar! Love how you did the knife, fork, or spoon one. He is so cute!
Love the waiting one too.

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

I knew Noam would be the star of your set this week. Adorable little fella! :)

LOVE your Waiting shot.

Becs said... {Reply}

Beautiful photos. Love your waiting shot. How cute is Noam?! Love the spoon series. :)

Sherrie said... {Reply}

Hi!
Great snapshots! Your little guy is adorable. Love that knife, spoon shot. Have a great day!

Sherrie
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Mom of M&Ms said... {Reply}

great job!!!!

Sarah said... {Reply}

Such great shots. Your son is adorable!!

Ashley Sisk said... {Reply}

What a great set - love your first shot.

Nancy @ A Rural Journal said... {Reply}

My goodness, Noam is growing so fast! I love these photos of him. You are right -- his eyes are captivating. :)

gotmycamera said... {Reply}

This is a great set of photos. Looks like you had a wonderful visit.

tinajo said... {Reply}

He's lovely, every pic of him is adorable! :-)

Dorian Susan said... {Reply}

How fun to have Noam around to get so many pics. Love that shot of him reading. Also recognize that shot from South Station. I've stood there recently too.

Kimberly said... {Reply}

Great set! Waiting is my favorite!

Nukke said... {Reply}

I so like your Waiting photo because it is so typical waiting situation and B&W suits there so well ! And that little boy is so cute in all those photos ! Most I like Eating Pumpkin Pie because it is like what eating is all about and like eating in child's eyes.

Kamana said... {Reply}

noam looks so adorable!

Andrea Dawn said... {Reply}

Such great shots of your sweet Noam . . . love the one where he is "reading". Thanks for stopping by.

Kathy said... {Reply}

So glad to see you had a fantastic visit with your little guy! I just love that series of shots with the utensils! And I also like the first capture for "waiting" . Converting to B/W is perfect for it! Great job, and a belated Happy Thanksgiving to you!

kathy

Rachel said... {Reply}

Fun to have shots of Noam in your posts - means you got some fun quality time! Love the book photo!

Patrice said... {Reply}

Wow! Fabulous shots - Noam is an angel, but I really love that Waiting photo!

Kay Rhodes said... {Reply}

Your shots are so precious...love the fork, spoon sequence...adorable.

Cedar said... {Reply}

Waiting is really nicely done and processed, but the shots of Noam are all just so sweet! My favorite is the candid with his little finger pointing out the doggie--precious moment!

Chic Homeschool Mama said... {Reply}

Nothing says waiting like an airport- great shots!

Sara said... {Reply}

Gorgeous set, Noam is so adorable, especially love candid and thirds, my son loved Sandra Boynton books when he was a toddler, they are so much fun! Wow, love "waiting", great composition and love it in b&w!

Terrie said... {Reply}

Great images - adorable little boy! I can see why those eyes get you - those are some seriously long lashes!

Lui said... {Reply}

Noam is definitely the star this week!

Linda R. said... {Reply}

Such a great set.. I can see why those eyes get to you!! They are amazing..

Hugs, Linda

Serline said... {Reply}

All photos are great. I love his long eye lashes!

sherri lynn said... {Reply}

Love that first picture! The b&w makes it seem timeless!

Dina @ 4 Lettre Words said... {Reply}

He is so adorable...and that 1st shot is perfect!