The Gallery – In honour of World Photography Day

Friday was World Photography Day. A day where amateur and professional photographers alike celebrate the beauty and wonder that can come from capturing a scene with a camera.

What better theme for this week’s The Gallery? Tara urged us to “Make it a photo to treasure for generations to come; family life, a moment, a precious family member frozen in time, a day out” so off I trot with my camera. I took some great pictures (even if I do say so myself) of a glider, nature, a delicate poppy, of old buildings and scenes of people going about their business….

And I took this:

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Not the most clever shot, no special angles, no playing with effects – just a point and click which shows q tender moment between two brothers. Kieran is 5yrs old and Taylor 9m and this summer, their first summer, has been brilliant to watch as they’ve really started to interact, play and most importantly bond. Apart from when they killing each over toys / games / clothes and girls (in about 25 years) I really hope they will stay the best of friends.

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  1. Ahhh lovely to capture such a moment ! You can show this to them when they are having teenage strops at each other in years to come !

  2. Ahh that is just so lovely. Sibling love is the best – to have grown up with one another and shared your lives together is amazing. Even if you do spend a lot of it fighting and arguing! x

  3. Awww just gorgeOus and another photo showing brotherly love 🙂 the best type of photo in my book xx

  4. Siblings at peace and long may that continue. And they are your world so very apt for World Photography Day too

  5. What a wonderful photo – its so lovely when siblings really do get on and you manage to catch it on camera..Make sure you save it so you can remind how things used to be when they are older and not speaking to each other…lol

  6. Just lovely. Sometimes we forget to photograph the simple things, but these are the things we will want to look back on in years to come as a reminder of how life was. It’s so so easy to forget as they move on to new stages in their lives.

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