Fear of the little one
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I was on Vacation in Nags head, North Carolina a few weeks ago which gave me a opportunity to snap a few photos. I was just relaxing on the beach enjoying the weather. I noticed this couple along with their son who was anxious to get down the the ocean to enjoy the cool and refreshing ocean. The little boy was impatiently waiting for his dad to prepare to get in the water also. As soon as his dad was ready he signaled his son to head down. The boy Sprinted down to the water with all his might. I laughed because he reminded me of myself when I was younger. I was always ready to just do without knowing what I was getting myself into. As soon as the boy was only a few feet way from the water he just stopped all of a sudden. When he stopped I hurried to pick up my camera and snapped this photo. I think he was overcome by fear because of the waves. He slowly turned around and waited for his dad to accompany him. He inched slowly to the water in fear but his dad was by his side to bring him in.
- Joshua Rodney Levy
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