I was amazed after I looked at the pictures and cropped them in. My younger grandson plays soccer with determination and aggressively goes after the ball. As one of the youngest and smallest on the team, he sits out at least a quarter or sometimes half the game. His playing has improved since he began on the smaller field. Now he’s playing on a larger field.
Another aspect that the camera showed me is his speed. He’s usually in the lead when he runs after the ball with an opposing team member. Am I proud–of course! I’m his grandmother!
I’m so glad I was at two of his games and brought my camera because it showed me what my eyes couldn’t–he’s going to be a great soccer player. And, if he takes that spirit into his life ethic, he’ll do fine.
Ryan is number 25.
4 thoughts on “What the eye doesn’t see, the camera does: Grandson’s soccer”
These are fantastic photos, Anne! And you should be proud; he’s good!!
Thanks Nicci. I was amazed at his facial expressions. So serious.
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I know! He’s good at concentration. I’d be looking at the clouds or something.
He concentrates when he’s in the game, but when he’s not playing, he doesn’t pay attention to the game at all.