Father's Faded Memories

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© JamesHarmon McQuilkin
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UploadedSeptember 8, 2009
TakenJanuary 5, 2005
MakeSony
ModelDSC-W1
Exposure1/30 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length7.9 mm
ISO120
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Everything was difficult to remove, but the personal
stuff.....
Of course, I took shots of every nook and cranny of the apartment, and stopped to reminisce about each one methodically--even the toothbrush and Denture Cream.
Everyone calls the photographer crazy, but can't thank them enough
years later. Yes, they even want to see the toothbrush!
I just wish he had had the courage to say goodbye--never mind say, I love you.
I know he did; we made peace years ago, and for that alone I'm most grateful.
Peace out, peace in.

5 responses

  • dp *

    dp * said (8 Sep 2009):

    Did you just lose your father or is this an anniversary of passing? Lovely photo. dp

  • Kathleen Mercado

    Kathleen Mercado (Deleted) said (8 Sep 2009):

    Wow! Moving writing James. Thank you for sharing:)

  • Debraj Bhattacharya

    Debraj Bhattacharya gave props (8 Sep 2009):

    excellent shot...the lighting is just perfect...also evokes a story...

  • minkaTools

    minkaTools said (9 Sep 2009):

    I've heard it too, "the photographer's crazy" and you are right, after, maybe years after the hereafter, people revel in the paper (or pixels), cherishing every nook and cranny, thanking the heavens someone snapped these memories. well done!

  • Dawn Duffield

    Dawn Duffield (Deleted) gave props (10 Sep 2009):

    I understand.

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