I captured this boy moments before he threw the dirty snowball at his grandmother, moments before her face was streaked with snow sludge and runny mascara (a photo I wish I could have captured without getting slugged).
Observation #10: There is a moment before the mischief is managed when the mischief seems like a good idea.
I made my way to downtown Hunstville, Alabama for a little street photography. I found a little park by a quaint museum where the city placed a popup ice-skating rink. It was late in the afternoon, well before the golden hour and the shadows were long. None was longer than those cast by a little girl, laughing as she learned her legs on southern ice.
Observation #3: Children cast the longest shadows.