Mother in Nature

© Jason Gehrman

Mother in Nature

Uploaded: September 01, 2005

Description

I visited the "Monkey Mountain" again in Arashiyama, Kyoto. The weather wasn't so good this time around, but this fabulous moment presented itself. I couldn't believe that this mother and child were only about half a meter from us unconcerned. (slight touch up with saturation levels)

Comments

Jessica L. Richard September 01, 2005

wow, wonderful capture! very sweet image! #303946

Karen E. Michaels level-deluxe September 01, 2005

Too precious for words, and I expect that is because you have done such a good job Jason. The title draws attention to the mother first and then down to the child. Peace, karen #1793353

Lori L. Thomas September 01, 2005

Great shot. I love the softness of the colors and the lighting and how the composition draws your eye right to the little one's face. #1793601

Wendy Stevenson September 01, 2005

Superb timing and beautiful shot Jason! I really like the expression - so tender and human like! Nice job! #1794614

Jason Gehrman September 01, 2005

Thank you Jessica, Karen, Lori and Wendy for your kind words. #1794985

Tracy Reehal September 25, 2005

I too, agree with Karen and Lori. Such a soft image yet there's still such a strong focus on the baby monks face. You did a great job! #1881160

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