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It wasn't until I was going through some photos I took on my last trip home that I fully appreciated how witty and wise it was of my dad to lace a piece of driftwood through a perfectly matched rack of antlers.

Sometimes I forget how truly spectacular my parents are.

18 comments:

  1. All great stuff, love your blog and the way u capture 'things', nik naks, tid bits call them what you will but you do make all that you photograph look very special and give the simplest things meaning! Wow...
    Ganbatte Kudasai.

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  2. Emerson - great photo, I wrote about my Dad today too, there must be something about late summer that makes us sigh and be thankful for the great men in our lives. Your blog is always a treat.

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  3. That's a beautiful photo, thanks for sharing.

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  4. thank you for having such a lovely blog....i tagged you with an award today....
    take care, sharon xx

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  5. Dads are truly a special breed. ;-)

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  6. And I suspect you are a wonderful daughter. My folks are pretty awesome, too. Blessings!

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  7. You would SO not fit in in a John Hughes movie. :)

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  8. That's a great shot!... Yep our parents amaze us all the time!.

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  9. So beautiful - your dad has a good eye for how the shapes work together.

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  10. I LOVE when you share stories about your family. They sound awesome and quirky in all the right ways!

    -K

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  11. Maybe not, Amanda, but it doesn't stop me from dreaming about JAKE RYAN!

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  12. I'm sorry, but I'm totally stealing that idea from your dad.

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  13. It was wonderful to receive your warm comments, thank you so much for visiting....all you said is quite true and much appreciated. Go with care and our love x

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  14. The fluid blend of mixed natural materials intertwined... It's easy to see where you get your sense of visual design.

    I love the spiritual flow of this photo and what it can represent.

    You and your father combined.

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  15. Ilove your blog. really interesting.writing ,too.

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