That's beautiful! I love the idea of painting or photographing just a person's hands as a portrait. I tried to do my husband's hands, rescuing a battered wooden boat from the rocks... but I didn't do very well with it. I wanted to do a whole series of our family's hands...
Sweet photo... I noticed the crochet forms a heart right under her fingers & the needle. Mom's are the best!ps~ nice sunflower below, too! I always think of them as the happiest flowers!
Oh that picture made tears come to my eyes. My mom taught me to embroider and crochet...I miss her a great deal...thanks for sharing and visiting!
Do you have ANY idea how talented you are? Your photos speak SO from the heart .....I feel so blessed to share in these images! I hope my post, tonight, helps generate a bit more followers, incredible!Hugs,Shell
Thanks so much Shell. It feels really good to know my images are touching people.
It's amazing how one photo tells a story with little or no words.This story my dear is beautiful :)
First of all, I want to thank you for visiting my Blog and becoming a friend. I have read some of your posts and quite frankly I wanted to leave a comment on each one. They are so beautiful, so magical! However, this particular one speaks to me. It's funny, just a couple of days ago I wrote about the beauty of older hands and here it is, a perfect example. Hope you have a great weekend. I'll be back! XX