Archive for February, 2004:

Feeding Squirrels by Scott Bird

Feeding Squirrels by Scott Bird

I’ve been trying for the past year and a half now to capture a photograph of a friend of mine that is both to my liking, and more importantly, to hers. Finally I have succeeded. Most of the photos I...
Published on: Feb 27 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
Leave a Comment
MoMA QNS by Jean-Francois Goyette

MoMA QNS by Jean-Francois Goyette

This picture was taken on my first trip to New York. I had decided the day before that it was time for me to visit the city as i had been all the way to Europe but never thought about visiting North America....
Published on: Feb 26 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
Leave a Comment
Cassie by Janelle Albert

Cassie by Janelle Albert

She’s a beautiful young lady, isn’t she? Look at her eyes. Eyes are a window into one’s soul, and I believe this picture shows it. This is Cassie, one of thousands of American girls...
Published on: Feb 22 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
Leave a Comment
Keeping Watch by Valette

Keeping Watch by Valette

At six months a girl found her in the sub-zero temperatures of November behind a grocery store. The girl was wonderful and loving but couldn’t keep her. We fell in love with her in the parking lot of...
Published on: Feb 20 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
Leave a Comment
A Story by Barbara O’Shannessy

A Story by Barbara O’Shannessy

It is not a photograph of exceptional quality, but it speaks so strongly of the value of stories in our lives. Let me introduce you to Mary, my first grandchild. Her mother laboured to bring her into...
Published on: Feb 18 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
Leave a Comment
Rock on House

Rock on House

Mesmerized by the sounds of birds chirping, trees swaying, water running, and my feet walking on the old stone rocks that made up the ancient Roman path somewhere in the French Alps, a strange amusing...
Published on: Feb 16 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
Leave a Comment
Snow by Dean Toussaint

Snow by Dean Toussaint

I took this photo four years ago in Southampton, UK. My best friend and I went away for a couple of months to France and England after a particularly bad year for us both. My friends mother had passed...
Published on: Feb 13 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
Leave a Comment
Kitoko

Kitoko

This picture is my absolute favourite. I’d like you to meet Kitoko Perth Zoo’s resident cheetah. It was January 06th hot and humid; I finished work early that day and headed home to collect my brother...
Published on: Feb 11 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
Leave a Comment
Ever expanding family by Meaghan Jones

Ever expanding family by Meaghan Jones

I have a large family. Not all of them are blood relations, or if there is blood involved, it’s fairly stretched out between us all. It’s not the only thing that’s stretched; we’re all over the...
Published on: Feb 10 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
Leave a Comment
Crossing Over by Marc Heroux

Crossing Over by Marc Heroux

Little did I know …Actually to tell it like it is I knew absolutely nothing. I’d moved from four provinces over, twice and entirely of my own volition not because of a job transfer or something...
Published on: Feb 09 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
Leave a Comment