Child's unmade bed

This was the scene off to school for my 8 year old. The light is shining in from a rising sun from an eastern facing window. I wonder how many more months until teddy is no longer welcome as an overnight pal? A black background really accentuates the shadows, too.
This is cute. I like how this photo looks almost as b&w.
They grow up so fast... Before you know it, your baby will replace a teddy with a cell phone or something... no more steping over toys, but wires... enjoy teddy!!!
posted February 12th, 2016  
Love all the lines and curves. You might be surprised that Teddy just goes out of sight during the day but comes back during sleep. The secret addiction to a favorite toy is not well talked about or even admitted to.
posted February 12th, 2016  
Nice! I like the b&w feel as well.
posted February 12th, 2016  
Wonderful light, composition
posted February 12th, 2016  
a real homely, warm, snug shot...make the most of, and enjoy, these fleeting years... :o)
posted February 12th, 2016  
Thanks for sharing in this morning's unmade bed. It is has since been made:0 @cherrymartina @joysabin @marylandgirl58 @seattlite @maree_sanderson Thanks for appreciating the b&w/limited color tone to the image. I am beginning to use the camera options I never knew I had..
posted February 12th, 2016  
ps...i kept my kids bed buddies...and unbelievably my sons (now 33)...took them when they left home at 27...their teddies and their scout uniforms were their treasures...
posted February 12th, 2016  
I love this shot it tells it's own story.
posted February 13th, 2016  
This is so lovely and warm. The teddy looks very forlorn but obviously well loved & treasured.
posted February 13th, 2016  
Thanks for your very kind words and enjoying this image:) @maree_sanderson @thistle @365projectorgjenfurj
posted February 13th, 2016  
Sometimes I want to leave my bed looking just like this.
posted February 13th, 2016  
Yes, this has a good narrative and if you hadn't supplied it as just being a child's (presumably your son or daughter's) bed it would have connotations of an abducted child or a child fleeing in a hurry as in the case of war? The picture is excellent, almost monochrome saving a hint of green in the colour of the duvet. The lighting sets the mood. Next time be more creative with the title to allow our imagination to take over. Well done!
posted February 13th, 2016  
posted February 13th, 2016  
Love the lighting in this! And there're so many emotions tied up into it. I've got a 6 and 10 year old and am already feeling the "slow down!" thing especially with the older one.
posted February 14th, 2016  
Love this shot fantastic light and it's so homely...following
posted February 14th, 2016  
I am glad to have shared this sentimental moment with you @emrob and thank you for your follow @ilovelenses !
posted February 15th, 2016  
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