Wednesday, January 5, 2011

I need this

Some days, I just need reassurance that all is well in my world. That there is peace and order and innocence.

Reading to Grammy

What better than a black and white photo to take away stress of too much color?  Or a quiet moment reading with a child? 

Thanks, Wendy, for such a beautiful and elegant photo.  She mostly photographs dogs but I think she does a pretty good job of capturing a human moment, too.

For more of her photos, look here on her photography website.

13 comments:

Penny McKinlay said...

What a lovely photo - you both look very contented.

fabricfan said...

Great photo. Very peaceful.

Rudee said...

I agree, it's a beautiful photo. The composition is indeed peaceful and reassuring.

Ginny said...

What a wonderful picture, I love the way the light is coming in. And the way the light is coming out from both of you: the light of your love. I think this picture exemplifies what a grandparent can offer a child. The black and white was an excellent decision.

Mimi said...

It's beautiful, restful, peaceful.
In the black and white, the detail stands out more.
I love the angle of the little leg! And the look of concentration on the little face. And the way the light shines on your both.
There's a lovely b+w wednesday meme at thelongroadtochina.blogspot

EG Wow said...

This is a sweet photo!

Paws on the Run said...

Awww. Thanks Stephanie. It helps to have beautiful and elegant models. :)

cindy said...

Yup, there is just something so special about a black and white photo, it has to be shadow, I'd say.

Very soothing for sure. I must dig out a B and W I took long ago of eggs, watch for it.

Joanna said...

That is just such a lovely moment, and captured beautifully in B&W.

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anjoe playhouse said...

B/W are all enought - what a great photo ;-)

SquirrelQueen said...

What a beautiful shot and well suited to monochrome. It has a very relaxed and peaceful feel. Wendy's photos are gorgeous.

Lindy MacDuff said...

A very precious keepsake!

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