Father & Son

Uploaded: February 20, 2004 12:09:02

Description

aperture 5.0, shutter 1/100, taken outside around mid-day, aged in PSE

Comments

Heather L. Jacks February 20, 2004

Gorgeous image. #99428

February 21, 2004

wonderful moment... #389053

Peggy Wolff February 21, 2004

Oh I love this Tracie! I love how natural and real it is. Great PS work as well. #389309

Karen Engelbreth February 21, 2004

Great shot, Tracie! #389966

Tracie K. Radtke February 21, 2004

Thank you all so much for the kinds words about this photo - it's a special one for me. #390021

February 25, 2004

Wow! This shot absolutely grabbed me and pulled me in! It is really powerful -- nicely done!! :) #396761

Tracie K. Radtke February 26, 2004

Thank you Kari! #397343

February 26, 2004

Very nice work, Tracie. I like the way you can see just how small his hands really are compared to his dads. This is a photo that will be cherished by them for years to come. #398214

Peggy Wolff March 19, 2004

Congrats on the finalists Tracy, I REALLY hope this goes farther! #433760

Barbara K. Breitsameter March 19, 2004

Priceless! Congrats. #434762

Tracie K. Radtke March 19, 2004

Thank you Margaret & Barbara! #435078

Dale Ann Cubbage March 19, 2004

Tracie, beautiful image, full of meaning. You can tell just by looking at it! Congrats! #435279

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