Conversation starts the day...
Jordan: "Are we going to have a good or bad day (thumb up or thumb down)?"
Janie presents a thumbs down.
Melanie: "Why is it going to be a bad day?"
Janie:" It's a rainy day."
Giacomo: "I didn't see the rain".
Janie: " I did see the rain because it was raining."
Maxon: "I didn't see the rain because I was really fast asleep".
Janie: I like playing in the rain."
Melanie: "Oh? Did you not get to play in the rain long enough?"
Janie: "I was crying in my bed and then I went to Mommy and Daddy."
Maxon: "Why were you crying in your bed? Were you scared?"
Janie: "I was crying because it was dark."
Maxon: And then he (dad) got you a night light?"
Later - "Can you take a picture of the darkness?" -Janie
Yesterday a brief conversation about darkness:
“Darkness is like when you turn off the light and there is no more brightness.” -Janie
“Darkness is when you turn out the light.” -Lucia
“I have darkness at my house and sometimes I make birthday parties.” -Sylvie
“Sometimes there is darkness in my house because when I turn off the lights there is darkness behind my bed and I go, ‘Aaaa, Mommy! Daddy!’” -Janie
How might "the darkness" influence photography?