Thursday, February 23, 2012

Granddaughters Reading



watch carefully
capture small moments
to hold in memory


25 comments:

  1. One of the delights of photography, capturing precious memory moments.

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  2. Perfect moment in time capture. And I like the processing... very nice!

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  3. How sweet Barb. And I think the pencil photo is really neat!
    Love Di ♥

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  4. How adorable! Little kids do have that glow and a freshness that we forget our worries immediately!
    Beautiful.
    Have a wonderful weekend Barb:)

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  5. They are adorable. So special when you capture the precious memories.

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  6. Oh sooo so true, Barb...
    Look at those sweet, beautiful, innocent faces ~ they are precious indeed!

    Your love for your grandchildren overflows in this space ♥

    Blessings always,
    Maria

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  7. Excellent memories to capture!

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  8. Aww -- how sweet. Great capture, Barb. :)

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  9. Barb, I love this of your granddaughters reading. Not sure that I knew that you could draw so wonderfully! (And of course you made me ponder what my grandchildren will some day look like...if that happens..)

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  10. Nice!

    The older I get the more I really like to see children reading. Reading will serve them well their whole lives.

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  11. The shot of the girls came out great, both ways!
    Did you miss me yesterday? I was off yesteday due to the fact I couldn't connect to our network. We got an update to repair the problem today.

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  12. The intent, concentrated focus of children is so beautiful. Nicely caught!

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  13. I can't even begin to say how much I love this post!

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  14. Great candid shot of the little ones, in both settings. Isn't it fun to look at the same photo in different finishes?

    By the way, thanks for your "must have been a history major" comment on my post about George Washington. But alas, I was an accounting major. It's just that I have been fascinated by history since my youngest days - we always talked about it in my house and I took advanced history classes in school - so growing up, knowing about it just seemed natural. Now, as an adult, I find it appalling how ignorant most people are about the subject. At this point in time I genuinely fear the old saying about those who don't remember the past being doomed to repeat it.

    Sorry to jump on a soapbox, though. Have a lovely (and hopefully snowy) day out west!

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  15. What a wonderful edit, I thought it was a sketch at first glance!

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  16. I sometimes wonder as memories fade - do the photos become our memory and how do they change what really was.

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  17. Like a big sis small sis moments! I see the closeness of the two in this photo.

    BTW, we will watch sunset tonight. I went to Red Rock Canyon in the Mojave yesterday.

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  18. How sweet is that??? I love the sketch version, 'just priceless!

    God bless and have yourself a magnificent day sweetie!!! :o)

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  19. They appear to have a bond. I hope it will last forever.

    Both pics are lovely.

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  20. I see someone is having a wonderful time post processing photos. You certainly could get this printed on some of that canvas paper- with a nice frame... It belongs on your wall. Just to sweet!

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