... with open eyes, and a generous heart, there is awe 'round many a corner ...
Julie, how perfect. I love love this photograph. Such a sensitive shot of a moment, the confidence of the child in the father and those curls and that adorable sweep of nose and great big eyes. Fabulous! Melting.
Aww cute little girlie with those curly locks! Seems like she's fascinated with the carolers.
Beautiful shot. What a gorgeous child. Kathy
Such a beautiful child, absorbed in the music, securely perched on his father's shoulder. With wings he could be a cherub. The curly hair is wonderful. This one is better in black and white. Color would be a distraction.
your best among many wonderful portraits.
This is a real winner, Julie. Wonderful capture.
A very beautiful photo, Julie!!Very intense!
What a beautiful photo . Lovely little boy with his dad. Gorgeous.
What a beautiful image in Black and white. Monochrome images have something more than colour. Light, expression and the tale that the image tells us are more important.
I absolutely love this shot.
There is a very un-contemporary atmosphere to this photo.I hope looking so cherubic isn't a trial to him.Lucy
Soo delicate....I LOVE it....one can really feel.....!!!!!!WONDERFUL black and white!!!have a beautiful sunday!!ciao elvira
So very attentive.
Lucy, I think once the curls are gone he will look just as solid and chunky as his father. He is the oldest of three brothers! My guess is that his father is from a northern Italian background and his mother is a long-haired blonde from an anglo-saxon heritage. A very handsome family. He will feature again tomorrow but in colour.
I love the curls on this beautiful girl, Julie! It is such a beautiful portrait!
Absolutely marvelous portrait Julie. This one is a keeper for sure.
It could have been a Rodin Artwork, lovely.Serge
Oh my God... What an Angel face:)Lovely:)Merry Christmas!
What a wonderful capture! This image says much. Thanks for sharing.
Julie, I hate to give away my photo secrets, but I totally GOT LUCKY on the people and lake in the eyewear photo. The guys were ready to take off and I turned and snapped the photo in Lee's face. I couldn't tell what I was getting. The wind was blowing my hair in my face. When I looked at it later, there we all were! I wish all my photos from that day had been so lucky :)By the way, I just love your "The Swarovski Tree, Queen Victoria Building, George St." It's so beautiful!
Lovely tonality! You really captured the feeling of quiet focus.
Adorable..but just a perfect image.
Wonderful shot! What a beautiful moment. Have a great weekend :)
Ah, those ringlets! Lovely shot!
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Absolutely glorious. You are so good at this.
such a lovely photo of Dad and son. The B & W makes it even better.
they look lovely....thanks for the visit on my page,done following your blog.have a nice sunday.
A beautiful photo, he is a darling child. I adore those curls.
A great portrait. I love the light on his curls.
The son looks so angelic! Perfect photo!
Thanks for nice comment on my picture. Your shot are just beatuful!:-)Have a good sunday!
So sweet! Loved their expressions.Kisses from Nydia.
Very beautiful, the way how you captured this moment. Extraordinary, the expression in their eyes. Lovely.
Absolutely sterling capture, Julie. And thank you for your comments - they are much appreciated.
You have such a great eye for getting the "money shot" and in this one you provoke a child's memory of music..that intense concentration, if just for a moment, when all is sound and sweet.
a great portrait in b/w. good choice
I guess it's enough useing one word to tell you what I feel about your image this week .... BEAUTIFUL!
Lovely and perfect. Not a fan of B&W, but there are exceptions to be made!
she has those lovely natural curls in her hair.
What a wonderfully sweet portrait, and a perfect monochrome choice.
So beautiful, this angelic profile.
This truly is a great capture, so very beautiful! Congratulations, Julie!
A portrait that I would never have been able to take :-)
You always manage to get closer in than me ... must be all that 100 strangers practice. Love the curls and sweet face.
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