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3.29.2009

Shadow and wonderment

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I can't take credit for this photo. My sister shot it while I was holding Daniel. I only converted it to B&W and cropped it some. It is the best one of all the ones both of us took.

17 comments:

  1. Oh Doug! This is precious.

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  2. It's a nice shot, S. Thank you.

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  3. That is precious. I would frame it. One to pass down through the ages. :)

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  4. I think it should be printed for sure, Betty.

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  5. Good conversion, it works well.

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  6. Wow! This just warms my heart!! I agree, it needs to be framed. :-)


    Sorry I haven't commented much.... I still visit though.

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  7. Thanks, Burst. I should be experimenting with color balance before converting.

    Hi, M, and thank you. It is all good as long as you are still visiting.
    :-)

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  8. that picture is sooo sweet and SUPER! Yes, print and frame it!!

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  9. Beautiful shot - you both look so cute!

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  10. Wow. This is a darling picture!! I love it! *smiling*

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  11. Oh i love it! such a precious photo of you both and one to treasure forever. Both a pair of cuties!!!

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  12. it is perfect shot you both look at each other in wonder it is lovely

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  13. Dorrie, it will definitely be going into my print folder :-)

    You're just saying that because it's true, Lerm ;-)

    Thanks, Gina!

    I'll go along with Danny being cute, Sue :-) Thanks!

    Thank you, F-B. Danny wasn't really looking at me, though, it was a paper light fixture he was interested in :-)

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  14. I love it!

    It is really, really precious!!!

    Beautiful expresions, the baby's eyes, your earring, the light on your hair . . . everything is perfect!

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  15. Thanks, Elin. I hope to take one that good some day ;-)

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  16. Great shot. Looks like a fun time.

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  17. He's an armful in more ways than one, Joan :-) Thanks!

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