Everyone gasped at its originality. The family matron was bowled over by its original design and creative conceptual images. Even the family’s teenagers were awestruck by its astonishing combination of colors and textures.

They took photographs of it, then sent them everywhere on the internet.

The artist was unimpressed. She kept sucking on her dummy and gurgling for more finger paints. Her true genius would not be fully uncovered until at least kindergarten.

Maybe first grade.

Categories: #Photography, Arts, Childhood, Humor

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5 replies

  1. high expectations


    • I remember when my granddaughter was painting — even into her early teens. She had a modicum of talent, but it was also obvious that painting wasn’t going to be her thing. No patience. But photography IS so art won — just not painting.


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