Life has been barreling along at a hundred miles an hour lately, a definite change in pace from the years right after my husband retired from the military. It seems I’ve been saying “yes” far too often lately.
In addition to that the universe at large, or perhaps just the algorithms that be, decided to send all the emails about blogs that I follow which includes this weekly photo challenge, into my junk file, so I was behind the power curve for this post.
Which is all just a long explanation as to why I’m using a photo from the past instead of something new this week.
This young lady is now four and a half but this is one of my very favorite pictures of her and her parents, taken from behind, as they shared a very tender moment.
Sometimes being behind or perhaps seeing a scene from behind, is a good thing. And sometimes being behind the power curve results in revisiting a very good memory.
This week I’ll take that.
LOVE this picture!!! Take care of yourself and get some rest!!!
Wonderfully framed photo of the baby.
I’m glad you pulled this from your archive. Beautiful photo, and what a wonderful memory! Thanks for joining the challenge!
It’s a lovely photo. The composition and light highlight the baby beautifully.