What's Pop Rocks, Mommy?

I think we can all agree that watching children try pop rocks for the first time is the funniest thing ever? They wanted to know what Pop Rocks were. And you know as well as I that understanding Pop Rocks requires eating them! Canon 6d, 50 mm 1.4 f/4.5 (I usually keep it between 4.0 - 5.0 when I'm taking pictures of them together & want them both in focus), 1/400, ISO 800 (inside with some inside lights on bright & a bit of window light).

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