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Open Door by Melissa

Open Door by Melissa

I had other, better photos to write about, but I found myself going back again and again to this one. It’s blurry, the lighting isn’t right, the doorframe is in the shot… you’ll...
Published on: Mar 20 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Inspiring Students by Mark Pierce

Inspiring Students by Mark Pierce

This is my son five years ago. We were participating in the FIRST Regional Robotics Competition in Ypsilanti, Michigan, the first for both of us. Steve’s mentor had asked him to install some parts for...
Published on: Mar 16 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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A boy and his dog by Gordon McLean

A boy and his dog by Gordon McLean

I don’t recall what age I was exactly, and I’m not sure where the picture was taken (I also have the nagging suspicion that my Uncle Bill took it not my Dad) but this picture is about so much...
Published on: Mar 12 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Teens by Amber Yates

Teens by Amber Yates

I was told when I first had a daughter that as soon as she turned 13 she would turn on me and be the most difficult person to deal with. She would hate me and everything I have ever said. I have watched...
Published on: Mar 12 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Jumping for Joy! by Lee

Jumping for Joy! by Lee

Well what do I say? I am not much of a writer but I am somebody who loves take, and to look at photos. I took this photo of my children playing under the sprinkler in the front yard. It was originally...
Published on: Mar 10 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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A wedding from the past by David Sheriton

A wedding from the past by David Sheriton

There’s a well known question used by magazines in interviews and sometimes in dinner party games that goes, “if there was a fire at your home what is the one item you would have to save”. It’s...
Published on: Mar 04 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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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
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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
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Making worlds by Gareth Jones

Making worlds by Gareth Jones

This is a picture of my son, Owen, a few days after his third birthday. He’s sprawled across our kitchen floor, playing with a truck. Except, to him, that’s not the kitchen floor. It’s...
Published on: Feb 02 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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Patience by Shelagh

Patience by Shelagh

Megan was born 12 days late and she seems to have been trying to make up for lost time ever since. The one thing that stands out in my memory about her babyhood is how frustrated she was, how much of...
Published on: Jan 17 2004
By: A Picture's Worth
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