My granddaughter is one year old – it seems like yesterday that I first posted pictures of her. Now she is saying her first words, dancing, making musical sounds, and toddling.
She gives the most wonderful hugs and is a lucky girl to have terrific parents. And I am lucky they are all agreeable to participating in my experiments with photography.
I like this diptych quite a bit – the imbalance begs for stories to be told. The right side is the view seen from the left side – father is what mother and daughter see when standing against the chimney in the Chinese Cemetery. It goes well with this triptych from nearby in the cemetery.
Olympus Pen, half-frame camera, ca 1961. Ilford Pan F Plus, ISO50, Probably shot at 1/50th and f8 or f11.