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    project forum co-moderator Frog's Avatar
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    December project FAMILY

    Thats it....family yours or someone's
    Keep Shooting!

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    Re: December project FAMILY

    Cool. Holidays are always about family. Our biggest gathering is Thanksgiving at my step-mother's. Dad and she have always put on a big arrangement, and everybody brings their specialty. (All right!!! Carolyn's Oreo cake, and Donna's green bean casserole!) This is the biggest gathering we have during the year, and since Dad's passing, my stepmother keeps it going.

    Here's everybody waiting for the "Go!" word:



    And Dad always had everyone come outside after the first round of food for The Picture. There's been a Picture like this for 12 or 15 years in a row. The responsibility for it has fallen on me now. Everyone in the picture is related somehow, and five generations are present. Seated are my stepmother and her mother, and I'm the excessively handsome gentleman at the far right of the image.


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    Re: December project FAMILY

    Probably some of the most moving photos I have taken lately are seeing the families kids create at college when their blood families are not with them. Also one of these photos is of how a player who died on the field two years ago is remembered at each and every game.

    December project  FAMILY-0107-vssou12textoverlay.jpgDecember project  FAMILY-2083-vssou12.jpg

    December project  FAMILY-0059-%40montwest12.jpgDecember project  FAMILY-2080-vssou12se.jpgDecember project  FAMILY-0037-vsrocky12wmsmall.jpg
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    Re: December project FAMILY

    I was thinking that there may be variety in the category because 'family' can be interpreted in many ways and wfooshee and Jeta have shown this to be true.
    Not much in the way of activity this month but I figure it will pick up as we get closer to Christmas.........that or no one likes the subject
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    Re: December project FAMILY

    Here is an old photo. These two pics (put together as one) were taken a week after their team mate died from a blow he took to his head at a scrimmage the week prior.
    December project  FAMILY-i-tthrqds-xl.jpg
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    Re: December project FAMILY

    My children never fail to disappoint do they? lol
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    Re: December project FAMILY

    No, never, Alison - you always take great pictures of them.
    PAul

    Scroll down to the Sports Forum and post your sports pictures !

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    Re: December project FAMILY

    Today we are having to put down my beloved pal Edgar. Here are some pics I took of him and I yesterday. His hind end is paralyzed, but he is strong as heck. He actually had me pinned at one point because he didn't want the other dogs giving me kisses. I was crying I was laughing so hard. I think this definitely fits family because all three of my dogs are my family.
    December project  FAMILY-i-s5dzjbz-xl.jpg
    Pushing me to keep the other pup away from me. lol
    December project  FAMILY-i-mzhsmk3-xl.jpg
    Recovery after being beat up.
    December project  FAMILY-i-wt45wqt-xl.jpg
    The calm after the storm.
    December project  FAMILY-i-jmhwb6k-xl.jpg
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    Re: December project FAMILY

    December project  FAMILY-_dsc9891.jpg

    pic of my family on a recent photo trip ... ambient temp was about 5C

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    Re: December project FAMILY

    I am loving the variety of interpretation of family more and more.
    Jeta, I am sorry about your friend and all those owned by a dog know.
    If you are up to let some emotion out, google "god and dog".
    I am now going to give my dog a hug.
    Keep Shooting!

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    Re: December project FAMILY

    Quote Originally Posted by Frog View Post
    I am loving the variety of interpretation of family more and more.
    Jeta, I am sorry about your friend and all those owned by a dog know.
    If you are up to let some emotion out, google "god and dog".
    I am now going to give my dog a hug.
    Thank you so much Frog. It's been a real difficult few days. I still can't believe how alert and happy he looks in these photos. It took me over a year to finally make the decision. I will go google right now. Thanks again.
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    Canon 15mm F/2.8 EF Fisheye Lens
    Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 Macro
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    Canon 600EX-RT Speedlite
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    Re: December project FAMILY

    Some the Grands at Christmas.December project  FAMILY-dsc_7722-2-1000.jpg
    Don't forget about the Gallery. Are your photos there??


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    Re: December project FAMILY

    Thank you Paul

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    Re: December project FAMILY

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