The Heirloom

© Terrill Province

The Heirloom

Uploaded: July 09, 2005

Description

The mother of the bride preparing to place grandmother's necklace around her daughter's neck. Often, the "something old" item carries so much sentiment that hands shake and tears fall. Too often, cameras shake as well!

Comments

Susan L. Vasquez August 23, 2005

Awwww! Very sweet and emotional image Terrill! I just love all your new shots :) #299227

Terrill Province August 31, 2005

Hey, thank you Susan ~ and congratulations again on your wonderful winning image this month!!! #1788824

Dale Ann Cubbage September 06, 2006

Beautiful, moving moment, Terrill!

da #3275165

Alexis Yobbagy January 13, 2007

Great composition and what a great moment. You've created a beautiful photograph that will have enduring meaning for both the mother and daughter. Great job!!!! #3816911

Terrill Province January 14, 2007

Thank you Dale Ann and Alexis! This was definitely my favorite wedding and a wonderful family. #3818513

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