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These little Amish children were playing next to the road in Lancaster Pennsylvania on a Sunday morning while the parents were in worshiping at a local Amish home.
The simple realization that time lost is lost forever, is one I find utterly frightening.
Great photography is ultimately not about cameras; great photography is about great photographs.
A great photographer is a person who makes great photographs, not necessarily a person who owns a great camera or lens.
Impressive. My experience is that the Amish do not like their photo being taken. I notice no adults in the shot…maybe that is why.
Your right Scott but the younger ones from around mid twenties and down don’t seem to mind. I always ask first! They are such a great subject to photograph. Thanks for checking this shot out Scott.
– Monte Morton
Now this one is surely a favorite of mine…Jules
Thank you Jules!
Such a sweet capture!
Thank you Helen, I love photographing them but I’m very respectful of their privacy.
Yes it’s lovely, I’m surprised you got them to pose for you as well.
Thank you Mary
Thanks, they were just there as I was passing by so I came back and said cheese.
Just a classic shot, I,m jealous. lol Tony
Congratulations on your wonderful work!!!
Thank you, very much appreciated!
Very cool picture Monte – I love the way they are all lined up!! :)))
Thanks Polly. I didn’t ask them to do this, I was driving by and stopped and shot from inside my car. That’s why my friends call me the Amish stalker. My son says they have Wanted posters of me or my car and they all run when they see my car coming. Thanks again Polly!
hahaha………you do seem like an Amish stalker, lol. Cute shot!! ;-))
Congratulations on your top ten placing!
Thank you Christine, I appreciate it!