These photos were shot during a six-year span, back in the days when life was still good: in 2008, 2009 and 2014. Two portraits and one self-portrait. The guy on the top and the guy at the bottom unfortunately never met, but they both met the guy in the middle.
The theme for WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge this week is «Gone, But Not Forgotten». Just for the record: I didn’t take any of these shots. They’re scans from my family albums.
For me this was an unusual post in this blog. I hope you’ve enjoyed my trip down memory lane. Today, my sister and myself are the only ones that are still kicking and screaming.
Requiescat in pace for the rest of them.
This week’s theme is Family, which I guess is a pretty easy challenge for most people, especially now that they celebrate thanksgiving in the US – that should be a great opportunity to shoot some family photos.
We recently got a scanner, so actually I have tons of funny family photos from the psychedelic 1970’s and the horrible 80’s on a disk, but instead of posting one of them, I chose to share this photo of my wife (well, at least parts of her):
It’s shot at the day of our wedding party and she is trying on shoes before we leave the house.
- Love Captured (cardinalguzman.wordpress.com)
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Family (radicalamazement.wordpress.com)
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Family (flickrcomments.wordpress.com)
- Weeky Photo Challenge: Family (mrthekidd.wordpress.com)
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Family (jakesprinters.wordpress.com)
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Family (amarnaik.wordpress.com)
- Weekly Photo Challenge: Family (insellos.wordpress.com)
I’ve started stalking this blog (stalking sounds more fun & more creepy than following…) – latebloomerbuds.wordpress.com – and she wrote a post about her workspace called “Where I create”.
Her post is inspired by some women’s magazine where the readers gets the opportunity to get an insight into the studios & workspaces of female, high-profile artists (“regular” artists and craft divas from all over the world are featured as well). So, I figured: maybe I’ll write about my workspace?