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"the family. we were a strange little band of characters trudging through life sharing diseases and toothpaste, coveting one another's desserts, hiding shampoo, borrowing money, locking each other out of our rooms, inflicting pain and kissing to heal it in the same instant, loving, laughing, defending, and trying to figure out the common thread that bound us all together. "

 

~erma bombeck

 

inspired by her, but so not as good...

  

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I did a family shoot yesterday in Niagara Falls. I had 2 of the best little girls to work with, they were my awesome little models!

 

Strobist: SB800 into a reflective umbrella just to my right, set at 1/4. Cybersyncs.

Daughter walking the Dog (Brutus)

A family walking in the misty forest of Ter Apel.

My brother and his growing family

Good evening! I mentioned earlier I had a decision to make regarding employment - as a contractor, I should be accustomed to making these types of changes but the truth is I have been at the same place for almost 10 years (working on two different projects) and before that I was at the same place for 17 years! I have decided to make a change - as you can see this is a big deal for me but I think it will be a good one. Thanks for your good wishes on my previous post.

Seaton Marshes is a freshwater grazing marsh, with scrapes, ditches and ponds that attract considerable wildlife interest, from wildfowl and wading birds in the winter to dragonflies and butterflies in the summer. The hide offers views over a creek in the lower estuary, as well as the marsh. In the winter months this is a great place to look for kingfishers and small waders, such as Redshank and Common Sandpipers, while the lagoons and scrapes on the marshes support feeding Snipe, Little Grebe and Shoveler duck.

 

Seaton Marshes also contains the beautiful Borrow Pit pond, managed by the Countryside team on behalf of Axe Vale and District Conservation Society. Otters have been seen here, and the pond and surrounding ditches are full of dragonflies and damselflies through the summer.

 

Nearly 4km of level trails and boardwalk through beautiful marshland and reed beds alongside the river Axe, home to an abundance of wildlife.

 

Seaton Wetlands are made up of three Local Nature Reserves - Seaton Marshes, Black Hole Marsh and Colyford Common. There is also an area known as Stafford Marsh, where you will find the Discovery Hut and hide, pond shelter, classroom, toilet facilities and wildlife garden.

 

The Discovery Hut is staffed by volunteer wardens most weekends throughout the year - from here you can find out more about the Wetlands, hire pond dipping equipment and have a cup of tea or coffee. Contact the Countryside team to check opening hours for your visit.

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tavasszal a Duna-parton :]

This session of photos almost cost me my toes. That picture is my favorite amongst the new ones. Deciding to go home and defrost my limbs I said this tree looked just as good from this direction as from the other. So picked up my camera and shot the picture. That's what I call luck. I'm open to criticism.

 

I've been explored. Or at least this picture has been. I thank you all for your comments, invitations and choosing this shot as your favourite.

The sunsets on the North Shore on the island of Oahu in Hawaii are something out of the ordinary. I stayed in a hostel very close to the Rocky Point surf break. I spent many sunsets there to watch the surfers enjoy the last waves of the day. So did this family. The woman carrying the infant child, the man, their dog, and their surfboards stayed for a long time. Quite understandable.

Pipeline, the amazing big wave surf break, is hidden between the family and the background mountain.

working on getting a better variety of family shots lately and I think I got some good ones today. I could just play with a newborn on a beanbag for hours, but I'm challenging myself to try some new stuff off of the bag. I know if I'm about to cry when taking them... that the parents are sure to love them :0)

 

Massachusetts and Rhode Island Newborn Portrait Photographer Heidi Hope Photography

 

newborn studio portrait sessions blogged here

  

Visit New England maternity, newborn, baby, children, family, and engagement portrait photographer Heidi Hope Photography

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leon's bedroom and the family echos

 

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Leek Rabbit has been quite busy since you saw him last. Happy Easter to all my flickr friends and family

families are so beautiful

Old cemeteries have the most interesting things. This family plot had this fencing around it with the chains you see, the chains had bells on them.

 

On their tombstones this family's name is "McKean", but on the wrought iron rail it is spelled "MacKean".

A (welcome?) change of pace from birds.

We Are Family

 

Hey, flickr friends, I hope you think that this is cute! I picked out this song because it fits to me! Have a super night! (View Large if you like)

 

Hugs,

Kim

family archive from the 70s

this is my lovely aunt. more in comments

Osborn Cottage 2005

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Late afternoon family walk in the dog park. It seems like with everybody but the dog!

 

I never used to put people in my photos, but got inspired recently by a couple of photographers that I follow. I like the way it adds scale and purpose to certain shots.

vegetative dna,

close kin,

family resemblance.

 

littletinperson

East face of the Matterhorn reflected in the Riffelsee lake, Switzerland.

 

Riffelsee is a lake above Zermatt below the Riffelhorn in the canton of Valais, Switzerland. At an elevation of 2757 m. The lake can be reached from the Rotenboden station (2819 m) of Gornergratbahn.

 

Picture Elements was the official photographer for the Jamak Family reunion. The group photo above is the largest we've done...about 700 people, over 4 generations!

 

Nikon D3

70-200mm at 135mm focal length

Shot at f/10

4 x 600 watts studio lights at full power, bounced off ceiling

3 photos stitched into a panorama

The print is 17 inches high by 7 feet long!

It took 30 minutes to get everybody into position

 

In the news:

www.nst.com.my/Current_News/NST/Sunday/National/2433476/A...

Train Station Antwerpen Centraal, Belgium.

truly the beauty of Humanity...is considering all the poor common people as a family...who equally deserves to inherit Earth...to be protected as a blessing from God in Heaven...

2nd Place winner in the St. Louis Camera Club 2015 Rookie Color Print contest on April 27, 2015:

www.stlcameraclub.com/index.php/competitions/special-comp...

Another entry for the MOCAthalon, for the category "illustration" which required me to build a scene from a book. I chose Swiss Family Robinson because of how much I love the books, and this scene presented me with an opportunity to try something new. I really enjoyed it, though it was really strenuous and tedious. All in all, I am pleased with the result.

 

SOLI DEO GLORIA!

-Blake

 

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