Old 12-13-2010   #121
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don't have daughter's but do have grand-daughters this one is Poppy
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Old 12-13-2010   #122
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don't have daughter's but do have grand-daughters this one is Poppy
This is really cute
I guess she will hate you for it at some point in your life
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Old 12-24-2010   #124
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Amazing thread.
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Georgia is the daughter of my sister in law.
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Old 01-01-2011   #126
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Mine are still very young.
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The second photo really sums up 'daughters'!
Great photo moment beautifully captured.

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Great thread! Congrats to everyone!

I'll start one for sons this evening, if someone hasn't already.
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The second photo really sums up 'daughters'!
Great photo moment beautifully captured.

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Thank you, Jesse. I record whatever emotions happen to be shown.
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Ok. I'd like to play too.
This is our Daughter Joanna.
She's now 33, and married with a 10 month-old Daughter of her own (our second Grand-child).
This shot was taken about ten years ago, and that "kitty" is a twelve-week old lion cub, which was just too big to smuggle out in my camera bag.

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All these kids look wonderful.
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This is my daughter (with my wife) when she was about two years old. She'll turn six this summer. (I got to say that time really flyes when you've got kids.)


This is her six month ago while visiting relatives in Greece.


edit: thanks for the help malcD :-D
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Wonderful thread, that I can only truly appreciate since my own daughter was born just about 6 months ago.
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Andre, your daughter has rare presence. is she as precocious as she appears?
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Paul: thanks and yes, she is 2 1/2 going on 25
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Very nice! This thread about daughters shows the strong bond between fathers and daughters. Are there any mothers posting here too?
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Since this thread started, i've had another daughter
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My daughters. One works in China the other in St. Louis MO USA while I am in Richmond Virginia USA, so I rarely see them and never together. Therefor this is a favorite, Taken when they met up in Hawaii.

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Mine is definitely a daddy's girl
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Mine is definitely a daddy's girl

This one was taken several years ago, at the time she was making faces towards the napkin in her hand.
Although the second image is one of my favorites. Wish I could say it was taken with my Rf, but alas before its time.
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An update from the weekend. Daughter's are worth photographing for It's good to remember that this is what made Kodak great, and is why so many of us really love photography.

Great thread Raid and all

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Sci Aggie--great photo of a VERY pretty lady!
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Thanks Paul. This is going into a Blurb book I am doing of her senior year of high school. I am going to surprise her with it for graduation (I'm not to worried about her reading of it here). It has been a fun project so far.
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