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Geek dad 'shops Ewoks into holiday snaps

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There’s a whole generation of geeks out there – geeks who are raising their children in their own geeky image.

These particular poor mites don’t stand a chance. Nerdy father Anthony Herrera took his nippers to the Sequoia National Park, telling his daughter that it was the where the Ewoks from Star Wars live.

Of course, she didn’t spot any at the time, but it wasn’t for a lack of looking.

But on returning and checking out the photos, dad sneakily got to photoshopping some of the furry little beggars into the background, much to the amazement of the kiddies.

So yes, he might be a massive geek, but that’s quite sweet.

You can find more of his work here.

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