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© Natalie S
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UploadedJuly 27, 2008
MakeOlympus Optical Co.,ltd
Exposure1/500 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length8 mm
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As my children were going away for a beach visit with family, I decided to spend one-on-one time with each one before they left. This was the only successful trip. :) My older one couldn't decide what she wanted to do though many offers were presented to her. Finally she decided on dinner at a restaurant. She didn't like anything on the menu and ended up ordering a salad she hardly ate. The air conditioning was totally freezing and, of course, blowing right on us. My little one decided on seeing the fabulous movie "WALLE" but it was a wicked hot day and we were late (no fault of my own) and, after her sweating in the car (in spite of air conditioning) and being 9 minutes late into the movie, she wasn't happy. But my middle one wanted me to take her to my favorite museum and, though she is serious here, really enjoyed herself much to my great relief and happiness. We had a wonderful day. She is my most willing model.

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  • John Linton

    John Linton gave props (27 Jul 2008):

    I guess I should be glad Stress 1 and Stress 2 were boys. Wonderful the b&w.

  • Jan Hoffman

    Jan Hoffman gave props (27 Jul 2008):

    One for Three is pretty good in these types of endeavour! :) :)

  • Jose Rico

    Jose Rico (Deleted) gave props (28 Jul 2008):

    wow. that story left me winded! you deserve a case of your favorite vintage!

  • Debby Adler

    Debby Adler gave props (28 Jul 2008):

    The sandwich one is the best!

  • Nelson Campbell

    Nelson Campbell (Deleted) gave props (29 Jul 2008):

    I love the story. You cherish them.

  • Jason Platt

    Jason Platt gave props (29 Jul 2008):

    This is great shot and story. Likin the angle and the reflective bounce. Daughter looks sooo serious.

  • Camille Susak

    Camille Susak gave props (31 Jul 2008):

    Love this shot Natalie-love the B&W-love the reflection behind her-nice!

  • Jay El

    Jay El said (11 Aug 2008):

    Cute story... Great mama! Wants to do the right thing, the nice thing for the girls. Ea. one is diferent, and ea. one is the same, as ea. one has a little bit of mama, little bit here, little bit there...
    Regards, N.!

  • Robert Duncan

    Robert Duncan   gave props (24 Aug 2008):

    teens can be so frusturating. they do cherish the moments, talk about them later, and are perfectly happy being in a cranky mood.

  • Skot Jolson

    Skot Jolson gave props (9 Dec 2008):

    your portraits are excellent nd full of emotion love it

  • Litz Go

    Litz Go gave props (15 Aug 2009):

    I love your photo fo your kids because you always accompanied it with lovely interestig story. Thank you for sharing.

  • Richard Bruns

    Richard Bruns said (30 Dec 2009):

    Aaaa...nice day, then.

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