This is the first picture of a sequence of five that combines photos taken by Charlotte Woodward and myself with our respective cameras where between us, we just happened to capture a wonderful visual story. I will provide a written narration of what was taking place because it probably isn't obvious from glancing at the pictures. The preschooler was 3 years old when these were taken, and the youth reporter was 8 years old and in 3rd grade. Here, the preschooler had chosen the the yellow stage-3 Sierpinski Tetrahedron you see in the picture, and Charlotte took the picture as he placed it in a bush of his choosing.
I took this of the preschooler as he was turning around directly after placing his tetrahedron in the bush. This picture speaks for itself.
The preschooler took this picture, with Charlotte's help. She didn't have him look through the viewfinder, rather, she let him look at the LCD screen and then click the shutter button when he saw the picture he wanted there.
This is again taken by Charlotte, and this is such a revealing picture, once you know what's going on. The preschooler had finished with his turn and the youth reporter was taking his turn and had set a Sierpinski Tetrahedron in a location of his choosing (each preschooler had an assigned youth reporter, and each such twosome was accompanied by an adult throughout the event, so we had lots of little tiny groups walking around that Charlotte and I were moving around to). In the bottom left of the picture, you can see me preparing to take a picture of the youth reporter. Some moments before this, the preschooler had realized what was happening and didn't want to be left out. Charlotte thankfully captured him making a dash to get in on the picture I was about to take.
And here it is. This is the one and only picture I snapped of that scene. You can see the preschooler made it there and got himself in position before I took the picture. This was all done on his own, we hadn't thought to include him, and I didn't hold up for him. He simply got there and got in place in time. Look at the determination written on his face! This picture wouldn't mean nearly so much if Charlotte hadn't caught him running to get in on it.