When I think of vintage what comes to mind is not just the classic yellowing photograph that is slowing falling apart, but also of the timeless joys that can be celebrated over the years. One such joy is music shared between generations.
For this challenge I used:
- PDPA Aging Tool Texture
- Picture of MomMom playing piano
- PDPA Faded Marble Texture
Really, I think I just liked the idea of using this challenge to remember my grandmother, MomMom. As I look at the picture I can still remember that while it may have gotten difficult for her to dance, she never lost the ability to express the liveliness of the music deep in her soul.
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What beautiful hands that you have captured here!ReplyDelete
Oh yes!! The beautiful subject shines through the lovely editing.ReplyDelete
Beautiful post and a lovely tribute to your Mom.ReplyDelete
Thank for your mom playing the piano.ReplyDelete
what I got straightaway was a HUGE hit of nostalgia, for my grandparents, in particular for their magical qualities that I so admired without even knowing I was admiring them...ReplyDelete
the hands of you MomMom tell many of my own cherished stories as a child. hands are something so intimate and gracious.
BEautimous editing and just right story. xoxo
What a sweet tribute to your Grandma. Very nicely processed.ReplyDelete
I still have memories of listening to records on the Victrola in the 40's. Learning to ball room dance with my father and listening to my mother play the piano ... music was a most wonderful part of my growing up years ... thank you for the memories.ReplyDelete
Andrea @ From The Sol
You did a great job - and something nice to remember as well. Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
my contribution is here http://www.starone.dk/1-b1/?p=81 which you have been visiting - Thanks
Beautiful, what a treasured photo as well. I love the process you did. Thanks for dropping by my blog.ReplyDelete
PS. Love the St. Patrick's Day photos too.