Mom (8/3/1947 - 2/4/2011)

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© Robert Roney
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UploadedOctober 21, 2011
TakenSeptember 9, 2010
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D100
Exposure1/100 sec at f/5.6
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length35 mm
ISO800
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This image is one of my favorites of my mother who passed away after a two year battle with breast cancer. When I took this photo she and I were sitting on her back porch talking and I was playing with my camera. I decided to take a quick shot of her by aiming the lens over my shoulder without looking and this is the image I got. I love the framing, the focus and the fact that it was perfectly composed. All i've done to this images is make it a monochrome. Tells me that this image was meant to be. Miss & love you mom :)

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  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett   gave props (21 Oct 2011):

    Poignant and very well done

  • Kathleen Mercado

    Kathleen Mercado (Deleted) said (23 Oct 2011):

    Yes, I think it was meant to be. Some things we just can't explain away...and that makes them all the more rich and resonant. What a beautiful portrait.

  • Lew Harford

    Lew Harford   gave props (16 Oct 2012):

    This is a wonderful image. It breaks the rules for how we are told to compose an image. We are told to never have someone looking off the image, but into it. This image would be weakened if that rule were followed. Beautiful work.

  • Robert Roney

    Robert Roney said (16 Oct 2012):

    There are no rules for good photographs, there are only good photographs.
    Ansel Adams ;)

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