Exploration: Mother and Child by Jessica Kuras  
Photo · Added: Apr 14, 2009 · Views: 1929 · People Inspired: 2
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Susie Lipps said: (on Apr 14, 2009)
I like the way it's a bit "jumbled"... most relationships are like that! We each see bits and pieces of the relationships that we're in. Very rarely are we granted a glimpse at the whole picture of a relationship. I like seeing the "spirit" in Rachel's eyes repeated throughout and I'm glad to have gathered a few more smiles... :-) I'm lucky to have such an amazing daughter!!
Rachel Melone said: (on Apr 16, 2009)
Wow, I'm so flattered! Don't you love finding new features on picture editing programs? What stands out to me the most is the colors: the black from the shirts and glasses, the light pinks in the skin, the yellow of the walls, and of course that flash of blue from I don't know where. Very cool, and, like my mother said, I'm ridiculously lucky to have such an amazing mother!
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I've been getting to know this mother and daughter more, and it's been cool to observe their relationship...so far, it seems honest, alive, fruitful, symbiotic...all elements that stand out to me in this new arrangement of them.

Whatever style this is...is growing on me. At first, I was just fascinated in the editing process because I discovered a new tool that allowed me to do this. Yet, when I came near (what felt like) completion with it, I stood back and gazed at the picture. I appreciated how this new arrangement ...a mother and daughter...one coming from the other...was enhanced. The layers of relationships were fun to see in this "new" photo.

(Note: Once this creation was made, I also appreciated it for what it was! A collage where things are naturally highlighted...the people talking in the back of the cafe...the drunk coffee, the ring, the daughter's earring...all telling stories that because of the repetition and arrangement, my eyes noticed the little intricacies more.)
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