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Old Apr 12, 2010, 5:34 AM   #21
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great photos, especially the one climbing over the fence
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Old Apr 12, 2010, 3:32 PM   #22
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Had dinner and Easter egg hunt Sunday, and of course I took some pics of the kids...

My son and daughter-in-law, my grandbabies Ethan and Bella


Ethan and Bella having a moment


Cousin Macalynn


Easter eggs


Helping cousin over the fence


Bella found an egg


The egg goes in here!


I got candy!


I think spring is officially here!


Happy belated Easter to everyone!


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Wonderful people photos. Perfect exposures. Gives me back the .... Well, great. Happy pictures for sure

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great photos, especially the one climbing over the fence
Thank you for taking the time to look and comment. I also like this pic..
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Old Apr 12, 2010, 6:34 PM   #24
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Wonderful people photos. Perfect exposures. Gives me back the .... Well, great. Happy pictures for sure

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Thank you, Torgny, for the kind words. Yes there was a lot of happiness that day, for sure...
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Wonderful moments to last a lifetime. I loved all of these as they really showed how blessed you are. I like the composition in each shot along with the vibrant colours. Lucky you....here in Ontario, Canada Spring is slowly creeping our way.
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Thanks, Shutterbug74, for the kind words. Hang in there, summer will be there before you know it!
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You have a very lovely family there. The photos are great, I agree the fence shot is a great capture.
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Shoturtle, thanks for the kind words, yes I feel blessed. I think family is very important, and gives me many chances to do what I love, which is take pictures, and view other's pics. This is a great site.
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