Saturday, July 2, 2011

Second thoughts....




I'm thinking I like this version better...it was an earlier try that I didn't like at first, but now I prefer it.
365/2011

8 comments:

  1. I'm with you, still saddens me though!

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  2. I like this version better as well. The other was nice, but the tombstone looks better with some emphasis.

    Thank you for your lovely compliment on my blog yesterday. I'm glad I am bringing back some Brooklyn memories for you.

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  3. You have to wonder if people were conditioned to not invest themselves as much into another person or persons. Sounds cruel, and I'm sure there was still pain of loss, but it just seems that the occurrence of losing a loved one was just so much more common 125 years ago. For the sake of survival of the psyche perhaps they had different defenses.

    Both these versions make me wonder about this. It's sad, both the statement and the prospect.

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  4. I like this one - the tower is really shown off here, but the whole image is still old fashioned looking. Steven's comments are thought-provoking.

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  5. I prefer this one to as the tomstone stands out better. However I like the oldfashioned look on both

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  6. I prefer this version because the detail is more eveident to me. Friends of our family lost their second child this past week and I wondered how much a family can be expected to bear. Seeing six in one family here puts that into perspective.

    Lorri-- "Anonymous" again because my settings don't seem to like this comment set-up. http://www.thismomentcaptured2011.blogspot.com

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  7. I think this one is easier to see the details in!

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