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Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands
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What a lovely, tender moment captured (insert my melting heart here!)
Thanks, Z&G. Yes, those two certainly have a tender relationship. Beautiful to watch.
That’s just beautiful! It’s one of those photos that you can look at and feel some of the emotions of the moment 🙂
Thank you, Devina. I can remember the thrill of that day every time I look at that picture.
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Loving hands of heart that loves abundantly. Beautiful!
Thanks, Traveler. Those two are a pleasure to photograph as they provide many spontaneously tender moments.
This is such a wonderful image. 😀
Thanks, Robin. Those two are always kissing, or hugging, or touching, so I have many opportunities to snap their picture.
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I LOVE this picture. They are such beautiful people, independently and together.
I love that picture, too, Ems. What a moment that was!
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I bet you feel so lucky to have captured such a moment so perfectly! I can only imagine the feelings you have when you look at it.
We all were flying high that day, Darla. Even though that was a year and a half ago, the magic of that week stays with me.
Wow, I can really relate to the emotion in this photo — as I watch my son go through the similar path of medical school. You captured the intensity and the relief and the dedication and love so well….
I’m sure you can relate to this, Julia. Our sons should meet each other. After all, they have something in common and so do their mothers.
Wonderful sweet photo full of love. Perfect for the challenge. 🙂
Thanks, E.C. Those two lovebirds made it an easy challenge.
it looks like they never ant to let go.
Yes, GCB. They are an amazing couple. Can’t believe they are mine!
I see the young lovers are at it again. Great photo.
Thanks, HG. Yes, they provide many photo ops without knowing it.
I LOVE the emotion in your photographs. I look through a bunch of weekly photo challenges, but yours always seems to stand out. Great picture! Great 🙂
Wow, Guat! Thank you for that wonderful complement!
His and her hands said much of joy of his accomplishment and more about the relief of this long journey. I am in tears…
Some years ago, a MD friend of ours told us that the Neuroscience is the most difficult rearch in the medical field. Your son earned his Ph.D! That is so admirable! Thank you for sharing this beautiful moment with us, Susan!!
Thanks, Amy. I appreciate your sweet comment.
Wonderful experience to share for the challenge. You definitely captured the emotion of the moment.
Thanks, Patti. That was such an incredible day, and then it was followed by their wedding a few days later.
WOW! Congratulations. Great capture of this moment. DAF
Thanks, DAF. I love that picture.
What a moment of pure joy you have captured!
That picture brings it all back to me, Carol. What a great day that was!
Beautiful hug and now knowing the story this brings tears to my eyes! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks, Jenny. This picture brings that day back, and I get teary-eyed, too. It was such a long, hard struggle, and to finally have that part behind him was such a relief. Now he is doing his post-doctorate research at Harvard Medical School.
Congratulations to your son and all of you. I watched my mother earn two MA’s and a doctorate…unleashed energy to the max after raising four of us. I had just resigned myself that she would always be consumed by her pursuit. She called one day and told us “be at the U of H pavilion on Saturday” as she would be conferred. It was like we got her back that day.
Yes, that photo speaks volumes. Your son accomplished a lot and it appears very happily found a wife too. Thank you for sharing this photo.
Great story, Georgette! I got my Masters when my oldest was in middle school. I was teaching full time and going to school at night and in the summer, so I know the feeling of relief for all of us when I was done. And your mother did so much more!
Is that a “hello” or a “goodbye” either way it speaks volumes…I’m just curious.
Actually, LWTTD, my son had just finished his defense at the university and had been given word that he had been awarded his Ph.D. in neuroscience. We all (family, friends, and colleagues) were waiting for him in a reception area to have a big celebration party for him. This picture was after he had walked down the hall and we were all waiting to hear if he had passed (after seven long years of research), and the first thing he did was hug his soon-to-be wife. They got married a few days later. It was an exciting week!
That certainly explains the passion! The photo really captures all of his emotions…relief, happiness, surprise, excitement and of course…love. Kudos to all of his success..you must be very proud.
Yes, Life, we are very proud of him, and we adore his sweet wife. That week was so emotional.
This is fabulous!! Priceless capture!
Thanks, LD. I was quite happy with it, too!
Great shot you have there! Well taken! =)
Thanks, ishoot. It was a lucky capture.