Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Not-So-Wordless Wednesday


I know it is suppose to be wordless, but this picture needs a little explanation. This was probably our third visit to the Eiffel Tower within 2 days. I LOVE the Eiffel Tower and never tire of looking at it or taking pictures of it. I think I took somewhere around 100 pictures this last trip. This may have been picture #80 or so, for Collin was irritated with me taking a picture every 10 steps. If you click on it and then use the magnifying glass tool to zoom in you can get a better look at the expression on his face! Priceless!

16 comments:

Tina said...

LOL, too funny!

~Tina

LisaWA said...

Ya know... I would probably feel the same way as you... I would never tire of looking at it...

What incredible journeys you have been on... oh to sit and have a cup of coffee or tea with you... and look over all 100 of your Eiffel tower pictures...

Lisa

SKELLER said...

yeah, I'd say he was pretty DONE with those E.T. photos. ;-)

Mama Peep said...

I agree...PRICELESS! He looks like my kids when I pull the camera out. :-)

Patricia
Happy WW! I will be thinking about you all today.

Lorna said...

And you still didn't stop?!

Audrey said...

LOL. I'm like you, who would tire of seeing the Eiffel Tower :) Looks like you had fun

Lori Carr said...

I love the look! So, funny.

Angela said...

I want to go there and get out of the tundra. Very nice

my5wolfcubs said...

I didn't know you could zoom in on pictures! He IS grumpy looking. LOL
Lee
PS You might know this -- was the Eiffel Tower originally built to be temporary structure? Like for a World's Fair or something? I seem to remember seeing a documentary on it's construction (amazing)...

Kat said...

I love it. My family does the same thing...I just keep snapping and tell them to look like they are happy. And Lee...it was supposed to be temporary for the world's fair. Read Erik Larson's "Devil in the White City" to see what the Chicago's world fair came up with to "out Eiffel, Eiffel."

Melkhi said...

That's the same glowering frown that my toddler likes to practice! :)

Katy said...

Ha! I so recognize that look.

allenacademy said...

I love all your pictures of the Effiel Tower - and I would probably end up with 100 of my own :)

Amy :)

Mama to 3 all-boy boys said...

I'd love to see the Eiffel Tower someday..
But, I must admit, I'd probably have the same look on my face as your dh does if I were in his shoes. Looking at things I like, having my picture taken in front of them again, not so much. LOL!

Dawne said...

LOL! Why doesn't he show you how he *really* feels? LOL! :) I needed a good chuckle today.

Zelda said...

I'm thinking Buster who, due to his family's largesse, is able to travel around Europe, posing in front of historical landmarks albeit reluctantly.