Life is a game! T-ball is serious!
That will work. One of the grandkids? I'm guessing it is.Have a terrific day. Big hug. :)
Ellie: T-ball is VERY serious!Sandee: Nope, it one of the opponents. The grandson wears blue.
hey, sky watch in the reflection! Such a sweet little head. I hope you team whooped um good!
This helmet is seriously red! More importantly, it is full and offers maximum protection - safer is always better...
shiny red! :) you can see it even from a distance. My RT entry is up too.
Those helmets are so cool.
judi: I never thought about a skywatch helmet. Thanks for the idea.Martes: Yes, very shiny red!Travis: I know. We never had helmets that cool. Never.
What a bright shot! Very nicely done!I see Judi also noticed the reflection. I enlarged it right away. I'm a fan of reflections.Love your tight framing.My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.
Nice shot - it would be a great one for Summer Stock as well. After all, what says summertime more than baseball?
Great shot Sir.
Thanks for stopping by Rock Candy and welcome to blogland. I read thru your posts and was surprised when I hit Iron Works. Been a long time since I've been there but it was a fav. Living now in Wimberley we go to Salt Lick in Driftwood (not far out of Austin) Nice shots of historic Austin.Candy
That's one shiny and attractive cum protective red!! :)
Driller, I saw your comment on BJ's and thought maybe you had something to do with oil/gas wells. My husband is a drilling consultant in the gas garden here in Texas.But I think we have a problem..what is a ou grad. doing rooting for Razorbacks? I am A Longhorn and Roy is a Tennesse fan....kinda puts you in the middle.Come and see us and welcome to blog land.Barbara
Kewl ruby shot ... love the reflections and the perspective ;--)Hugs and blessings,
Nice choice for RT. Is the picture of your son? I is good to see helmets that provide more safety for the young ones. Thanks for sharing.
Carletta: Thank you.Robin: Nothing says summer better than baseball.Bond: Thank you sir.Candy: I've heard of Salt Lick and it's on my list. Just haven't been there yet.Barbra: It's a long story. DrillerAA comes from the Tulsa Drillers AA minor league team (my home town. I am an OU alum, living in Northwest Arkansas for the past 22 years, so I've got a little Razorback in me by now.Napaboaniya: It is some shiny red protection for sure.Storyteller: Thank you very much.Ivon: Nope, that's an opponent of my grand son. I just couldn't resist the ruby red batting helmet.