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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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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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What I’ve learned this year by Myla Kent

What I’ve learned this year by Myla Kent

Today is December 2, 2003. I can hardly believe it’s December already. Where has this year gone? In retrospect, this year has been one of great sadness. It has also been a year of learning (and...
Published on: Dec 06 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Before the Alzheimers by Barbara Higgens

Before the Alzheimers by Barbara Higgens

This is my Dad and I in 1983 in Armstrong Woods in Northern California. We loved to walk in the redwood trees and whenever company visited we’d always take them to the nearby redwood forest to show...
Published on: Dec 04 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Behind the 8-ball by Ozmandia

Behind the 8-ball by Ozmandia

Pool has played a very important part in my life. Right after college, I moved to Toronto. It was quite the change for me, who had grown up in a town of fifteen thousand, and went to school in a city...
Published on: Nov 16 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Father – Daughter by Frank DiGiorgio

Father – Daughter by Frank DiGiorgio

There comes a time in one’s life when we look at something or someone for the first time and are amazed. That day happened for me on September 8, 1982 when my daughter [the first of three] was born....
Published on: Nov 15 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Language of Love by LTS

Language of Love by LTS

The three of us were walking down the slippery, muddy slopes of a mountain in Sapa, Vietnam, when it started to rain cats and dogs. From a distance, we heard a shrill yell calling out to us. There she...
Published on: Nov 09 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Bittersweet Memories by Ted Hussey

Bittersweet Memories by Ted Hussey

I try to bring a camera wherever I go to capture events as they take place and to record those memories. This picture was taken by me at the Presbyterian Medical Center in Philadelphia, where my wife...
Published on: Nov 06 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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We Have a Memory by Ed de Guzman

We Have a Memory by Ed de Guzman

She would say, months and months later, after she had settled back into her own country and found time to get the film developed, that she knew I loved her because she came out beautiful in all of the...
Published on: Nov 03 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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Sleeping Angel by Scott Manwaring

Sleeping Angel by Scott Manwaring

My wife is the hardest working person I know. She’s a CNA trying to get herself to and through nursing school. She cares so much for people, that’s why she does such a good job at work. She...
Published on: Sep 25 2003
By: A Picture's Worth
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