March 4, 2014

The lucky one...


"She was struck by the simple truth that sometimes the most ordinary things could be made extraordinary, 
simply by doing them with the right people."

-Nicholas Sparks, The Lucky One



"The Lucky One"
Greve in Chianti, Italy

Aiming to make the ordinary...extraordinary.  One right person at a time.



Here's where I'm linking up today ..."The Party's On"

Please join me on Sundays for Song-ography.
This week's song title is the The Five Man Electrical Band's "Signs".




37 comments:

  1. Love this, and I'm so curious as to what it was they were looking at with such admiration!

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  2. Oh - love that quote. Such a sweet picture, too!!

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  3. I keep hearing "Signs" on tv--it's in a realty ad. What a great shot!

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  4. There's a story here...I wonder what they were discussing! Great capture.

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  5. Oh, how true that statement is....take blogging. Without all you extraordinary people that I read, blogging would just be typing. Because of all of you, this is an education for me....and I am deeply indebted to all of you for teaching me all that I have learned....through your eyes. :)

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  6. Very interesting photograph Kathy. What were they admiring?

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    1. Whatever you want them to be looking at Carol :)

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  7. I love this shot! I wish I could hear what they were talking about!

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  8. You nailed it! I can't imagine what they're talking about!

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  9. So true, Kath ... and, whatever they saw, they were enjoying the experience together. I love seeing people enjoying other people. Sadly it doesn't happen enough anymore ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  10. Boy is that ever true. Great image.

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  11. Oh, very nice photograph, Kathy. Very telling.

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  12. Lovely photo. I wonder how the women know each other. Just met yesterday or longtime friends?

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  13. What a great portrait and they look like they are having a real giggle about something

    mollyxxx

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  14. Adorable capture of friends! Love it!

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  15. Such a loving photo and great composition ~ thanks, xxx

    artmusedog and carol
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  16. The photo speaks volumes; love it!

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  17. You are a top notch photographer. If you aren't famous yet, you will be, in my humble opinion.
    JM Illinois
    U.S.A.

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  18. Lovely emotion evoked by the friends and the building is a gorgeous backdrop.

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  19. Such a lovely photo… they look like such dear friends.

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  20. Stunning B&W building and the Ladies added grace to it... VERY WOW..
    HUgs

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  21. Ohh I love this. The black and white really gives it an edge. :)

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  22. What a great shot. Love the two women. And against that backdrop, just fantastic.

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  23. When I saw this photo yesterday, I thought oh...I want a friend like that. And I thought of some people that I'd like to have around with me when I'm that age. The photo stayed with me, and as I look at it today I'm thinking...I want to BE a friend like that. This might be a favorite of yours for me. Something about it really stuck with me. Thanks so much for linking up!

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  24. OH to have an old friend to share a giggle with! I'm lucky that I do have such a friend who knows me since I was 11! Lost each other for many years and reconnected on Facebook and it's been like we never lost each other!

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  25. They seem to be good old friends! What were they looking at? Maybe a sale for handbags?

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  26. Fabulous shot! Girls will be girls no matter what the age.

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  27. This is great in B&W. It really has a timeless feeling to it.

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  28. Great shot. Black and white does give it a timeless quality.

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  29. What a fab shot! I wonder what they're looking at? Thanks for linking up this week.

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  30. Great photo... it could have been taken in the 40's or 50's #thephotogallery

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  31. That picture has a really calming effect on my eyes. I'd love to be able to take a picture that well. Fabulous.

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