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    Newest Nikon Samurai zrfraser's Avatar
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    Couple of Mothers Day Photos

    Here are a couple of Mothers Day photos I took this past weekend with my wife and our 4 month old Liam.
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    Re: Couple of Mothers Day Photos

    Awwww - I like that second one a ton! Looks like it might have some technical imperfections. But it makes up for any photographic shortcomings with pure, happy, spring joy
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    Re: Couple of Mothers Day Photos

    Over the year I have taken 10's of thousands of photos none are more special to me than those of my wife and the children. Hope you can look back on this one in 25 or thirty years like I can now and say the same thing. Wonderful images of you family treasure them!
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