When I was a kid, I distinctly remember selling lemonade to passersby near one of my childhood homes. My little sister and I would set up shop on the corner by our home, which was near a relatively busy road. We would then come up with a grand scheme about how we would make SO MUCH MONEY and would then buy super awesome toy with our profits. It never really worked out that way, but it was always fun.
Yesterday, I was sent out to photograph some entrepreneurial children, who were consequently selling lemonade at their grandmother’s house.
The following photos are my favorites.
The photo gallery can be found at the Hattiesburg American Web site here.