REFLECTIONS OF HER

reflection.jpg
sitting
across from my older daughter
with my camera
using
the window like a mirror
to reflect her as
we talk...
laugh....
create....
birds
along side the reflected paper whites
with the faint outline of
the outside arrangement
in the dark.

may you share many"MondayMoments" like this!

19 comments:

Liss said...

It looks like you have a good bond with your daughter. I hope in years to come I can create something simular with my daughter.

Jennifer said...

You've made me miss my mom. Must go call her.
Enjoy your time together.

margie said...

very nice ELK. have a great day.

sunmamma said...

You and your daughter something so special. What a blessing!!

Kacey said...

Hopped over from Shutter Sisters. I love your photos! This one is especially great. Isn't it nice to have them home from college for a bit?

gnubee said...

beautiful capture!

ps-loving that new header shot :)

spread your wings said...

beautiful moments indeed!

Oliag said...

What a beautiful - full of love - picture of your daughter! I'm going to visit my youngest today - Yay!!

MaryAnn Ashley said...

This is so encouraging... thanks for hoping something so sweet for us.

Donna said...

So precious. As I get older and my kids grow I realize the importance of these ordinary moments in our lives. They really are so important

Gayle said...

What a precious moment you've captured. Beautiful.

Toni said...

A very creative shot. Well done. Makes me wish I had a daughter. =)

Georgia B. said...

really interesting shot, ELK! you never cease to impress me! i always look forward to visiting and seeing something so new and different.

antlersgray said...

love.

maz said...

Supper, meaningful, peaceful shot ELK, lovely:)

Claire said...

in light of my last post, this made me cry all over again.

Relyn said...

I love posts like this. They make me look forward to my own daughter growing up, instead of half dreading the day when she is gone. You know, of course, how blessed you both are?

ELK said...

thanks for your words here ~ i appreciate each comment so much~

Shona Cole said...

I know I am here a year late :) but this is so lovely and intimate. i will be there one day crafting with my girls, quietly chatting... now it is still me helping them and stopping them grabbing! ahh, the seasons of motherhood!