I wasn't expecting to begin the project yesterday, it just naturally happened. While interacting with them and taking their photos, they all want to see the picture on the back of the camera. They pose, then run to you and grab at your camera to see. I showed them that the little arrow is the button you push to see your photo, and instantly had twenty little fingers all over searching for it. They see their photo, giggle, squeal, and then run back to take more. I found myself turning to one child, Danelle, and putting the strap around her neck. I showed her where the button was to take the picture, "Push here" I said, she said "La", which I gather means "here", and within two seconds, she had it down. She looked at me with wide eyes that she now had control of the camera, smiled, and ran to her friends to take their photos. This happened with about ten children, then I ran to my bag to pull out my little green camera (which is about 1,000 times less expensive!) and let them pass it around. The following photos are what they did on their very first day of taking photographs. It was so fun to see them pose like little models with their friends, I saw their attitudes come out as they tried to put their most serious faces on to look cool. Turns out, kids are kids, no matter if they live in the big city or in the bush.