Interesting the way you have captured the movement. You might not miss lugging the cello but I am sure you will miss its music.
JE this was taken during a "warm up" session before an audition...I was trying to go unnoticed as I snapped them in low light ...
aaawww...Making peace is such a good thing. :o) LOVE the movement in these photos suggesting the rhythm of the music... Happy Day, Elk ((HUGS))
oh my - what a feeling - I can't even imagine it yet ELK - how fast they do grow and only 5 years in for me.auditions...they frightened me so!How proud you must be! I love the way the bow movement in the second photo seems furious and intense.xo,J
I like the movement. I've always wanted to play a stringed instrument.
Wow, these are GREAT action shots! Glad to hear she's keeping it up in college.
i'm always in awe of musicians. and yours sound like a musical family.
Life moves on...When our older kids moved out, the phone stopped ringing (that was before cell phones) and the piano stopped playing (until the others picked it up). Now I get to hear the piano again when they come to visit.
Yes. Missing the music. I miss our youngest's singing. And the music she listens to. Home for Spring Break - soon. Yippee! Lovely photos of cello and daughter, strings and hands.
another one off to college? Oh my...where does the time go? I love the mello sounds of a cello!
change is eminent....but good !
She's inherited a love from you- it will be fun to see what she does with it!
Lovely lovely music in these images. Hugs to you for letting her go with joy.xoDebi
such lovely images! it has to be hard to let her go, you are so brave!!
I never worry about musicians—they have such focus and stamina. She'll be fine, but you are allowed a moment or two of worry if it ever creeps in.
i love these shots!
so much emotion in your words and photos ...
oh my! for some reason, i have had memories recently of some past posts of gorgeous cello pics on your blog & i am thrilled to see more...along with your poignant words. this is truly a WOW post.
It's a huge transition for you both. Though it's not the same, you might enjoy the old movie, "Truly, Madly, Deeply," a poignant story about a woman's life after the death of her musician-husband.
I do so love these motion filled images, or should i say emotion filled,love in the hands of the photographer who took them and love in the hands of your daughter as she plays, beautiful
i know you'll miss her and her music. there is strong emotion in these photos.
Oh ELK. What emotion. I can only imagine. Mine is in 5th grade now but it's a spanish guitar...
your emotion and creative talent seems to be flowing through her.thank you for sharing the moment.
Before my youngest left, I asked him to make a CD of him playing the piano. I miss hearing him play. He never did. Did he think I was kidding? But now he sends me snippets of his music and I love it.
you captured the shattered feeling with your camera.amazing.three of my children are musicians and i cannotexpress how much i not only miss them buttheir music.
beautiful. beautiful. beautiful.I did not take my flute with me when I left home. For a while, I wished I did (but it was in use at home), but it's not really the instrument that I would play on my own. I'd like to take up the drums or guitar someday.
Lovely photos. It will be a time of growth and change for both of you.
i had no trouble with the older kids going off, but youngest baby boy, it's killing me. two years into college and i am still adjusting. he, on the other hand, has flourished, without me. lol.
...for some reason this post is breaking my heart elk...how hard it is to raise our chicks and send them off...there will be more rewards as she flies home now and then...
these photos are beautiful. and the words so sweet with a touch of sadness. lovely.
oh, the cello - such a soulful sound -my daughter went off to college (pianist) my youngest will be off soon. . . bitter sweet.Lovely photos!
Beautiful, my oldest goes off to college this fall- my heart is in my throat!
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