A walk in the neighborhood with her boys inspired Heather Hall to take a second look at the everyday objects others often pass by. The stay-at-home mom had been teaching her young sons the alphabet. Noah, 4 years old at the time, was the first to see the letters move off the page and into the world around him. "Look Mommy! That tree looks like an E!" Heather, an avid photographer, snapped a picture of three tree branches stretching out side-by-side into what was, in fact, a perfect letter E. Soon there were 26 black and white photographs from their family walks adorning their playroom wall, a lesson about letters blossomed into art.