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Old Apr 12, 2009, 4:20 PM   #1
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Not quite one month old, she stopped by for Easter with her parents. Thanks for looking and commenting. Cheers, Dan
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Oh, beauty sleeps, reminding the observer that she can still see the angels when she's awake :-)
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There is a quote that fits, but, sadly it escapes me at the mo, something like" sleep....angels.....".... bahadir may help me out here.
excellent shot Dan and exquisite use of sepia
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Thanks Steve. I knew when I saw her in that pose that this was going to be a "sepia" moment. I'll try to post a few others that I took (if I can remember ). Regards, Dan
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There is a quote that fits, but, sadly it escapes me at the mo, something like" sleep....angels.....".... bahadir may help me out here...
Thanks for your credit : ) Ah, sleep and angels remind me 'The Sleeper', one of my favourites by Poe, but that would be a bit sober for the occasion...
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bahadir wrote:
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There is a quote that fits, but, sadly it escapes me at the mo, something like" sleep....angels.....".... bahadir may help me out here...
Thanks for your credit : ) Ah, sleep and angels remind me 'The Sleeper', one of my favourites by Poe, but that would be a bit sober for the occasion...
Ah, well, Poe is sober for all occasions, n'est-ce pas?

I located the other photos of my grand daughter after all.

1. Close-up of her in blissful repose. This is at Easter..


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2. Mother and Child. Both very tired at the end of the day. "To sleep, perchance to dream..." Cheers, Dan
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fishguy wrote:
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bahadir wrote:
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There is a quote that fits, but, sadly it escapes me at the mo, something like" sleep....angels.....".... bahadir may help me out here...
Thanks for your credit : ) Ah, sleep and angels remind me 'The Sleeper', one of my favourites by Poe, but that would be a bit sober for the occasion...
Ah, well, Poe is sober for all occasions, n'est-ce pas?

I located the other photos of my grand daughter after all.

1. Close-up of her in blissful repose. This is at Easter..

fishguy wrote:
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bahadir wrote:
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SternSteve121 wrote:
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There is a quote that fits, but, sadly it escapes me at the mo, something like" sleep....angels.....".... bahadir may help me out here...
Thanks for your credit : ) Ah, sleep and angels remind me 'The Sleeper', one of my favourites by Poe, but that would be a bit sober for the occasion...
Ah, well, Poe is sober for all occasions, n'est-ce pas?

I located the other photos of my grand daughter after all.

1. Close-up of her in blissful repose. This is at Easter..

Bien sur, monsieur! Considering his life story accompanied with death always, how wouldn't he actually...Still my favourite poetin American literature I could even say.

Btw, I liked seeing thecomplementary picturesrevealing maternal love and more of the innocence in repose : )



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