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© Georges Maroun
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UploadedSeptember 17, 2008
TakenApril 18, 2008
ModelCanon EOS 10D
Exposure1/160 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length64 mm

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A mother is a biological and/or social female parent of an offspring. In the case of a mammal such as a human, the biological mother gestates a fertilized ovum, which is called first an embryo, and then a fetus. This gestation occurs in the mother's uterus from conception until the fetus is sufficiently developed to be born. The mother then goes into labor and gives birth. Once the child is born, the mother produces milk in a process called lactation to feed the child; often the mother's breast milk is the child's sole nourishment for the first year or more of the child's life.
The title mother is often given to a woman other than the biological parent, if it is she who fulfills the social role. This is most commonly either an adoptive mother or a stepmother (the biologically unrelated wife of a child's father). Also, in both African-American and lesbian cultures non-biological othermothers exist. Currently, with advances in reproductive technologies, the function of biological motherhood can be split between the genetic mother (who provides the ovum) and the gestational mother (who carries the pregnancy), and in theory neither might be the social mother (the one who brings up the child).
Any how every one of us was a baby, holding by his mother’s hands sleeping with peace no(worry-political problem-bad ideas-racist-crimes-wars- nuclear bombs …..ect..)
Hope that the world will be a better place for them.

16 responses

  • Brittany Biel

    Brittany Biel gave props (17 Sep 2008):

    Waaaay too precious.

  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (17 Sep 2008):

    Great entry.

  • Amelia (amy) Quicke

    Amelia (amy) Quicke gave props (17 Sep 2008):

    so precious ♥♥

  • Georges Maroun

    Georges Maroun said (17 Sep 2008):

    Dedicated to you Amy

  • Andrew Lorimer

    Andrew Lorimer (Deleted) gave props (17 Sep 2008):

    Beautiful !!!!!

  • Natalie S

    Natalie S gave props (17 Sep 2008):

    You made me cry Georges - beautiful, beautiful image and wonderful testament.

  • Long Vy

    Long Vy gave props (18 Sep 2008):

    Mate...It's very nice.

  • Jan Hoffman

    Jan Hoffman said (19 Sep 2008):

    This is truly a picture of Paradise; the beauty of a mother's love and the innocence of a baby can only be seen or imagined in such a wonderful place in our hearts and minds.
    --Best wishes, Jan

  • Abid Changazi

    Abid Changazi gave props (20 Sep 2008):

    A beautiful one, Nice work, excllent approach.

  • Karine Najjar El-Mouallem

    Karine Najjar El-Mouallem said (25 Sep 2008):

    J'adore cette photo , tres emotionelle.... U have to see the Baby now....his Development.... he's an ANGEL, becoming a mum is a GREAT feeling....
    Best wishes Georges...

  • Georges Maroun

    Georges Maroun said (1 Oct 2008):

    10 x Karine & u r w c

  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray gave props (15 Nov 2008):


  • Allen Freeman

    Allen Freeman gave props (3 Mar 2009):

    But what about the STORK, where does that come into the story. Great lighting on this image!

  • William Garvey

    William Garvey gave props (29 Mar 2009):

    Life doesn't get much better than this.

  • Nicole DeVita

    Nicole DeVita gave props (29 Mar 2009):

    Fantastic entry for this theme!! Great shot!

  • Camille Susak

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