nice picture…she is so cute…..
It’s a long time since anyone has called me that! When I look at that picture, I think there I am, minus the baggage.
My thoughts: great photo that epitomises innocence, happiness, childhood, nature ……
Ah yes, I look at that photo and try to imagine what was going on in my three-year-old’s brain at that moment. To recapture such innocence — I wish.
Such a delightful photo., Sarah. 😀
Glad you liked it, Sylvia 🙂
Thank you 🙂 It was taken by my mother a long time ago.
I thought it might be you!
Wish I had curls like that still and a few less grey hairs!
What a beauty!
Do you know the song “Why Was She Born So Beautiful?”
Thanks, Cindy 🙂
Wonder and delight captured on film. Perhaps it is my age showing, but I am rather fond of black and white photos. They seem to radiate a unique aura and mood. By the way, you were quite an adorable child – thanks for sharing this photo.
Adorable child, maybe, but not an adorable teenager!
Yes, I like black and white photos. There’s something so stylish and clean-cut about them.
You might like this other Wordless Wednesday black and white of mine (not the genuine article, but a gimp-manipulated version of a colour photo) https://sarahpotterwrites.com/2013/10/23/wordless-wednesday-rainfall-into-infinity/
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Writes quirky novels, speculative flash fiction, haiku and tanka. Nature lover. Novice photographer. Allotment freak. Mezzo soprano. British eccentric.
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