Friday, April 15, 2011

This Moment

"A single photo – no words – capturing a simple, special, extraordinary moment. A moment I want to pause, savor and remember."

“This Moment” is a ritual found on Life inspired by theWee Man adopted from SouleMama which was introduced to me by Sarah-Jane. If you find yourself touched by a Moment and would like to participate, post your picture on a Friday and leave your link in the comments section.


47 comments:

  1. What a great photo! Whoever took it has a talent, I love the angles and everything about it! And the girls look like they are about to have some fun! :)

    My moment: http://ascendingthehills.blogspot.com/2011/04/this-moment-friday-tradition_14.html

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  2. Here's one I captured a few years ago. My two youngest in the backyard. So sweet :)
    http://tinyurl.com/3jxdk4n

    That is a fantastic photo above! I love it!

    Blessings,
    Mel
    Please feel free to stop by: Trailing After God

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  3. Jessica and Mel, I'll be right over!

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  4. Oh wow, Debra. The girls are beautiful and shot is perfect - joining together on the journey!

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  5. The contrast in their outfits and personalities yet joined by a single touch or smile

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  6. Thanks Corinne! So glad WE joined on the journey, you and me. We are on the same track too:)

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  7. Great photo! A bit scary too. I almost wonder when the train is going to come.
    Hows this for a photo taken in Early April on the south east coast of the UK. Not a cloud in the sky!
    http://www.flickr.com/photos/potatoehead/5540433652/

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  8. Beautiful subjects!!!

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  9. Savira, they balance each other:)

    Marty, "De People Keep A Coming But De Train Done Gone..."
    On my way to check it out.

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  10. Excellent photo that; very symbolic.

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  11. Pam, aren't they though?

    Simon, yes, very symbolic. They didn't miss the boat. they missed the train:(

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  12. Marty - you are one clever couch potato. Bravo!

    Alejandro - thank you. It’s Beth Bowen’s handiwork. Wish it were mine though:)

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  13. Debra, you'll have to copy and paste the url above for the picture :) I don't have it on my blog. :) Have a great weekend!

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  14. Precious Debra, simply precious!

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  15. Mel, I tried that on Google and Yahoo, and nothing came up. Is it in your facebook photos by chance?

    Mary, I hope your dog has his driver's license:)

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  16. MARVELOUS....says such a lot..
    Alpana Jaiswal

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  17. Thank you Alpana. Have a great weekend!

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  18. Debra,
    Look like a shoot that should be in Vogue. Glamorous
    Here is my moment
    http://findingonesway.com/2011/04/this-%EF%BB%BFmoment-in-time-41511/

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  19. Jessica, it should be on the cover of Vogue - yes?
    Your moment brought a song to my heart!

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  20. Loved it!

    So where and when will the girls be travelling?

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  21. Off to the palace ball to meet Prince Charming!

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  22. Great depth of field in this capture! I can't believe how perfectly symmetrical the girls look! Lovely!

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  23. Beautiful - really really beauiful

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  24. @ Bella – yeah, the girls are the focal point here. Not the tracks, not the trees, but the girls dressed to kill :)

    @ Kriti – I have to agree :) BTW, love your dad’s stories. Does he know he’s famous now?
    Hugs!

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  25. Hi Debra, what an unusual photo! It is really beautiful and the dresses are stunning!

    My moment: http://nelietatravellingadventures.blogspot.com/2011/04/moment-in-time_15.html

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  26. Nelieta, if every story paints a thousand words, the story of Delinda Correa is one of them! Fascinating tale.
    Which one of these girls lives on the "wrong side of the tracks?" What a story that would make:)

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  27. Beautiful photo. We're on the same track. These ladies balance each other out. Glad we are sharing the journey.

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  28. Brenda – we are on the same track… We were both featured in Traveling Time, and others. In fact, this is how our paths first crossed, then merged. I’m glad we share the journey too!

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  29. reaching out to each other... :)...bellissima debra :)... i just savored the moment...

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  30. Melissa - That would be a good title: “Reaching Out.” I’m on my way over now to savor your moment(s). *Hugs*

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  31. Wonderful photo - I love their fingertips touching just at the point the tracks disappear. Great perspective and lines. I love your posts!

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  32. Mari, this photo was taken by Beth Bowen. She does have quite the eye for perspective – as do you. I’m an admirer of your photography.
    Oh, and congratulations on the MEME award!

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  33. Awesome photo! I could see it in a magazine ad or fashion spread. :)

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  34. Rachel - hey, there's an idea...

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  35. Debra, thank you for passing my photography blog on to your friends - I really appreciate your support!
    Regards, Mari

    http://www.mariscamera.blogspot.com/

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  36. to shoot this photo hi debra..my first visit here...your photography is so beautifully done..the idea is truly great and you must be standing in the middle of the tracks

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  37. cooking varieties - thank you for stopping by. I just did the same and found a scrumptious (and healthy) recipe I hope to try soon.
    Wish I had taken the photo myself, but it was done by Beth Bowen. My daughter is the one with the long gown; hers is the girl with the short dress.

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  38. merging and balancing is so perfect, wonderful. the picture is really beautiful.

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  39. This is really beautiful!

    Thanks for the visit and the comment.

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  40. HAPPY EASTER Debra. Love the photo.

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