Here are some fun ideas for lakeside photography. I took these photos on a recent visit to the lake. Rock footprints:

footprints made from rocks on a dock

rock footprint on green table

rock footprint on dock

Shell butterflies. I used my finger to paint the antennae with water.

shell butterflies with water antennae on dock

This last photo is the ICE CREAM BOAT! It’s magical. My sweet nephew and niece were experts at listening for the music from this floating frozen concoction dispenser, then screaming and waving until the ice cream boat turned and pulled into the dock. It was super fun to see the spectacle of this whole thing. Even the teenagers went running for the lake version of the ice cream man. I LOVED this. As they were waving goodbye, the kids yelled Come back again!

waving goodbye to ice cream boat

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14 Responses to Rocks and Docks Photography

  1. carol says:

    Loved seeing the ice cream boat. I missed it when I was there.

  2. carol says:

    WOW I saw you on Pinterest today! What fun!

    The grandkids like to go to the creek here in Chico. Next time we’ll make “footprints” like yours.

    I even liked the dock behind the rocks…I’ve been there!

  3. So darn cute! I will certainly be on the look out for smooth stones to make a rock-foot photo! Love the ice cream boat, too! Someone had a great idea!

  4. You’ve given me some new ideas – and an ice cream boat, priceless!

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  5. Love those rock feet and the butterflies – and what an ingenious idea to create an ice cream boat.

  6. Christine says:

    WOW!! So creative and beautiful!! Love it!

    Thanks for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer.. From Dream To Reality!

  7. Sarah Forhan says:

    Love the little footprints. So cute.

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