Monday, November 12, 2012

Afternoon at the Park with My Son Part 1

Last week my Son and I spent the afternoon together.  We went to Wal-mart, then Subway for a late lunch and the gas station to fill up his tank...lol  Then on to the park for a walk and photo shoot. 
The sun was starting to set and there wasn't great light, but we still enjoyed ourselves. :)
It's Monday now and I hope everyone has a great week!

This is the path that we eventually follow.

Surprise, surprise my son felt the need to take yet another picture of  his car. LOL

This is Barber Park in Orlando



28 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

the anhinga silhouetted against the shimmery silver is beautiful!

✿ chica said...

Fizeram fotos lindas e estar com filho é legal sempre! beijos, ótima semana!chica

Ms. A said...

Keeping those teenage boys with there tanks full, can be quite costly, regardless of which tank it is!

Love the photos. That looks like a great place to shoot!

Ms. A said...

Oops... meant "their". I hate when that happens!

Maple Lane said...

Very nice place to walk and enjoy God's beauty. Very nice car, too!

Beth said...

It sounds like a wonderful day spent with your son!

Helen said...

Hi Marie,

I came by from Ann's blog. Love Florida especially at this time of the year.

Anne said...

Gorgeous photos! Have a lovely week:)
~Anne

Marg said...

Love that last picture. That is great. We hope you have a great week too. Good job keeping that son in line. Take care.

Tina@WhatWeKeep said...

Great photos from a fun day...
I think we have more photos of boys and their cars than I can count! LOL

Ann said...

The pictures of the water and the bird are so nice. Glad you had a nice day hanging out with your son.

Jacked Up Glock Mom said...

The park looked so peaceful...thanks for sharing. What a good way to spend the day.

Chatty Crone said...

What a nice day you had with your son - I wish I had more time or some experiences like that with my son but he's older now. And what a nice day you had and the photo's were beautiful. sandie

Val said...

You and your son have such a beautiful relationship...you are very blessed. Great photos too!!

Cheryl @ TFD said...

Such a pretty day for walking with your son. He has a cool car! My son was here for a long weekend, it's always nice to have the whole family together. He's much older than your son, so I'm glad he still enjoys visiting with us!
Have a great week!

That corgi :) said...

That path you guys took looks inviting!! I think a young man and his car can never have too many pictures of it (cool looking one). Sounded like a very nice afternoon! Looking forward to part 2!

betty

SquirrelQueen said...

I think when I was a teen and got my first car I must have taken hundreds of photos of it. This looks like a beautiful park. I love the photo of the duck spreading his wings.

Have a great week Marie.

HOOTIN ANNI said...

That anhinga in the silhouette [the last photo of this post] is fantastic.

Hi, I'm here from reading Ann's friend Monday post and your answers to her questions. Reading about what you've done to help animals and your love for them made me smile.

Nice to meet you Marie.

Catherine said...

What a perfect day you had spending time with your son. Good for you!
xo Catherine

Sandra said...

it is working now, just would not open, a blogger hicup..

Annmarie Pipa said...

you guys are blessed to have each other, and to have the relationship you do. good for you!!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

What a pretty park. Love the bird!

Karen Jo said...

It looks like you had a great time. Thank you for your kind words about Herman.

Mary said...

Lovely....That crane taking off is great.

Domestic Sweetheart said...

How fun! Sounds like you two had a great time :)

LindyLouMac in Italy said...

What a delight it is to spend quality time with one's children.

Dianne ... Walking In His Grace said...

Looks like you both had a great day, Marie. Love the photos. The first and last pictures are my favorite. I really like how you composed the landscape picture. And I love how the Cormorants stand with their wings stretched out.
It is nice that you and your son can spent this time together. making precious memories. :)

Lynn Proctor said...

what a gift!