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© Natalie S
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UploadedAugust 24, 2008
MakeOlympus Optical Co.,ltd
ModelC3030Z
Exposure1/800 sec at f/2.8
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Focal Length19.1 mm
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She rises from the water looking to me, as if she were some sort of thoroughbred from the sea.

When I was her age, my mother used to tell me how beautiful I was - I would roll my eyes and say she's biased because she's my mother. I find myself now understanding how I must have looked, though never quite believed. I tell my daughter that she is so beautiful, and she rolls her eyes and tells me it's just because I'm her mother.

Maybe some day, way in the future, she too will be blessed with a beauty of her own that will allow her to finally see how beautiful she herself really was.

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  • Jan Hoffman

    Jan Hoffman   gave props (24 Aug 2008):

    Wonderful story of nostalgia

  • William Moore

    William Moore gave props (24 Aug 2008):

    gorgeously stated....beauty by far and away comes from within...

  • Farras Abdelnour

    Farras Abdelnour gave props (24 Aug 2008):

    beautiful and touching

  • Jay El

    Jay El said (13 Oct 2008):

    So true, Natalie! Now go re-read Gibran's “On Children” (Khalil Gibran, “The Prophet”)
    :
    “You may house their bodies but not their souls,
    For their souls dwell in the house of tomorrow,
    which you cannot visit, not even in your dreams.”
    :
    www.katsandogz.com/onchildren.html

  • Natalie S

    Natalie S said (14 Oct 2008):

    Mister Jayel - Khalil Gibran was my favorite author to read when I was 13- my mother had "The Prophet" and I would regularly read through it. THANK YOU for reminding me of something I should have my own copy of by my bed.

  • Tim Narraway

    Tim Narraway said (20 Oct 2008):

    What a beautiful thought. It got me thinking of my own daughter and how I can never fully convey how awesome and beautiful she is. Its like having a secret only my wife and I know, thank you

  • Litz Go

    Litz Go gave props (18 Dec 2008):

    Lovely caption on this beautiful photo. I have encountered the same thing too with my 2 daughters.

  • William Garvey

    William Garvey gave props (24 Dec 2008):

    What a great shot and she is beautiful...

  • Paul Mitsuda

    Paul Mitsuda said (29 Dec 2008):

    that is a beautiful shot...love the composition

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