Capturing Life's Beauty One Photo at a Time
He sits in the chair staring at his long departed mother’s antique mirror, reflecting on 82 years of memories — mostly good, some great, and some heartbreaking. But they are all his memories.
Photo of my father taken in May 2012.
That’s a REALLY great portrait of your dad Brian.
Ian, I appreciate the comment. Thanks.
A wonderful shot, and he does not look 82!
He will be happy to hear that! Thanks, Sandy.
Your dad looks 20 years younger that 82
Thanks Jenny! I’ll pass on your thoughts…
Your welcome Brian
Simply FANTASTIC!!! and with hearth!!!
I really appreciate your comment, Santi — it means a lot. Thanks.
Sorry, my fingers were quicker than my mind. I meant “heart”.
So pleasant, , I feel peaceful when looking at this photo 🙂
Rasha, thank you very much for the kind remark. I feel peaceful when looking at this, too.
life. one ride apiece. no refunds.
thanks for sharing this 🙂
Very true words. Thanks, Alessandro.
Now this is a portrait. What a nice smile he has.
Amy, thanks very much!
Thank you, Christine!
What a sweet perspective! Words would prove insufficient here. This picture has made my day :).
I appreciate the kind feedback, Nikhil. Thank you.
Love it! a wonderful portrait with excellent composition.
Thank you so much, Inga. I appreciate the kind words.
There’s something quite lovely about that photo Brian.
Jude, thank you!
What a wonderful moment, Brian…so happy you shared it! P.S.: Tell him he doesn’t look 82…more like 10 or 15 years younger!
Thank you so much — he will be flattered.
I like the way you composed this entire post, words and picture.
Don’t forget to take pictures with your dad, too!
Thanks very much, Lisa!
Great use of the mirror.
A cherished Mirror Portrait reflecting on the past…beautifully done Brian. This is bound to become even more precious with time. Thanks to you and your Dad for sharing this heartwarming and dignified photograph.
Shelley, I appreciate the heartwarming comment. Thanks.
Hi Brian, what a great photo, I love taking pictures in mirrors/ windows/ other reflective surfaces. I really like this image.
Thank you very much for the comment — I appreciate the visit!
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