On the way home from the library Friday evening, I was passing by Bull Branch Park in Taylor, Texas. At the park’s pond were fisher-folks, tossing their lines into the water. From the car, I thought they were father and daughter. After parking and taking a closer look, the scene, already sweet, improved when I realized these were siblings having a special day of fishing with Nana. Slice-of-life scenes like those presented here are pretty much why I love community photojournalism. Most of these photos focus on grandma and granddaughter, but it’s all good family time, spent together outside, enjoying what nature provides. While not always the case, don’t you think today’s youngsters dwell far too much on high-tech electronic devices? I do. These photos, perhaps, drive home that point.