The Ancestors Are Always There November 5, 2015Cleages, Photographs, sepia saturday#Celia Rice Cleage, #meKristin My great grandmother Celia behind me at the next table, Atlanta Botanical Gardens. Click for more Sepia Saturday.
21 thoughts on “The Ancestors Are Always There”
I love this, Kristin. And you are so clever at the photo-shopping (or however you did it).
Yes, it was photo-shopped.
What a great idea! Love how this came out.
Me too! I was so glad to find one with her sitting down.
Now that is pretty neat! Nice job, and a special post!
I wish she really had been there and we could have had a nice chat.
Nice that she could enjoy the sunshine! This is as good as those on our Facebook page.
I was pretty pleased with it.
Yes, they really are always with us, right over our shoulder too, but they don’t always show up in pictures.
I know, isn’t that a shame?
Always there. True dat. Thanx for your wonderfully creative posting, Kris. You’re my hero.
That means a lot coming from you! Thank you for all your help and information.
Now that’s a faerie shot, Kristin — nice job, with a wispy Celia (in hat) behind you!
What a fun photo and post! Our ancestors are looking forward over our shoulders, while we are looking backwards over their shoulders.
Sort of like that song, “I was looking back to see if you were looking back to see, if I was looking back to see…”
I agree, very nicely done.
Thank you. I enjoyed it. At first I was going to use a double exposure and then I looked again at those photos from the Botanical Gardens and…
Clever idea. Wish I had thought of that.
Feel free to use it any time 🙂
Always watching 🙂
I have great photoshop software that my kids used, but I’ve never learned. A really nice use of your skill inviting Celia for a visit at the Botanical Garden.
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