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Only some years ago you were old at 60…now it starts at 70…where does it stop ? :)

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grandpa, old age, chinese new year, the hague, carrying, streetphotography

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  • PhDilettante
    PhDilettante6 months ago

    Gung Hay Fat Choy! I keep looking right to see the parade!
    Ah, the generations – wonderful capture!
    Who knows when we are ‘old?’ In California 40 is considered ancient! yet we are living until 100.
    Never too old to be young.

  • Thanks a lot :)) ha…..and the still don’t realize that the “oldies” here are making the most money of all age categories…the commercial guys are still in deep sleep…here :))

    – Farfarm

  • JRGarland
    JRGarland6 months ago

    Incredible capture!!

  • Thanks John for your words ! You still are as swift as a tornado…lol

    – Farfarm

  • F.A. Moore
    F.A. Moore6 months ago

    I’m pretty sure old is always about 20 years ahead of me. ;) Your photograph of the precious love between grandpa and grandchild tells an endless story—she will never forget him or his love for her, and hopefully will pass it on.

  • Yes…quite right Frannie ! Aren’t we the lucky ones than :))) thanks again for finding this image…

    – Farfarm

  • Shehan Fernando
    Shehan Fernando6 months ago

    great expression

  • Thanks Shehan for your words :)

    – Farfarm

  • Jan Timmons
    Jan Timmons6 months ago

    You captured such a wonderful trio, Michel. Love the man’s forehead wrinkles and expression, the little girl’s hands holding on for support, and perhaps a mother — or at least a different generation — in the shallow dof on the right. So many possible stories in this photo. Beautifully done!

  • Thanks Jan ! In my pictures hands play an important role….not consciously…but I always seem to pick the ones where they have some emotional feeling….to me at least…it’s so nice to see you here, after such a long while :) thanks from afar….x

    – Farfarm

  • Cecily  Graham
    Cecily Graham6 months ago

    Lovely Michel, I like your capture of his grace and wisdom and that child within him shines out . . .

  • Thanks Cecily for visiting once more !!! Long time no see…

    – Farfarm

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstone6 months ago

    Does it need to stop? :) Lovely tones, Michel!

  • No it shouldn’t :))) thanks Mel !

    – Farfarm

  • Bette Devine
    Bette Devine6 months ago

    Beautiful, touching capture!

  • Thanks Bette :)

    – Farfarm

  • annacuypers
    annacuypers6 months ago

    Prachtig werk ! xxx

  • Dank je Anna, prettig weekend :)

    – Farfarm

  • linaji
    linaji6 months ago

    your tones alone tell a story, beauty this Michael

  • Thanks Lina :)

    – Farfarm

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