Daily Photos 2014
This is another clematis I have in my yard. It has somehow gotten into a lorapedlem that is growing next to it. It is supposed to be growing up an arbor. It is a lighter color than the deep purple I posted a few days ago. I love the color of this one because it is so bright.
To answer Art's question about some the children at Horses for Handicap not being photographed, here is what I know. It is a requirement that all children in school or participating in events where photos will be taken that there is signed parental consent before their photo can be made. Even before I retired schools were required to have this consent before the students were photographed our recorded on video or audio. I am assuming this is throughout the nation because I know that students participating in national honor choirs have to have this release. If one child does not have the consent the event cannot be photographed or recorded in any manner. I think part of it goes back to how easy it is to get photos of children on public media like Facebook, Twitter and others. You know there are some SICK people out there and we have to protect the innocent. The honor choir I just chaired had 130 high school students and before I could take any photos or have the concert professionally recorded I had to have the parents sign a consent form.
It tickled me that you all were so complimentary of the sweet smiles of Sutton and Lily on yesterday's post. I can't wait to read them the comments. You are most gracious and I certainly appreciate them all.