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where did you go? by natalie angus

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my Grandma at a family gathering on the one year anniversary of my Grandpa’s passing. We all took turns telling a story or memory of him. When I look at this photo I wonder where she went, what memory she found in this moment?

The title also has a double meaning – I like the story behind this version of the meaning – what memory did she go to in her mind. The other is that she is that she has alzheimers, and sometimes when she has this look I often wonder where she has gone.

Right now the Grandma that I used to spend every school holiday with is slowly slipping away from us. She is having more good days than bad and this was a good day as she was surrounded by her family.

What you see in my photography is what comes to me naturally, I am an avid amateur and aim for personal improvement and progression in the art of photography.

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  • BSDVisions
    BSDVisionsover 3 years ago

    Oh my, I’m fighting the tears – you have truly captured ‘emotion’, made an art piece out of the moment and cast it’s energy to the viewer – this is truly what art is all about. Thank you so much for sharing your story, along with an exceptional photograph. I am very impressed and moved. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++

  • thank you Barbara for your beautiful comment. I have added a little more to the details of the story as well, the title has a second meaning to everyone in my family as she is living with alzheimers.

    – natalie angus

  • Jazzyjane
    Jazzyjaneover 3 years ago

    Beautiful shot Natalie. Luv it, very poignant.

  • thank you, this one is very personal.

    – natalie angus

  • TeresaB
    TeresaBover 3 years ago

    July 4, 2011

  • Thank you so much!! : )

    – natalie angus

  • RebeccaBlackman
    RebeccaBlackmanover 3 years ago

    Wonderful capture of your Grandma. Looks great as a black and white. I lost my only remaining grandparent when I was 10. I miss her everyday.

  • Thank you Rebecca, it is hard losing grandparents.

    – natalie angus

  • joycee
    joyceeover 3 years ago

    A very beautiful portrait of your Grandma. She has a lovely face.

  • thank you, I should put a photo of her as a young woman, she was a looker! : )

    – natalie angus

  • Rebecca Tun
    Rebecca Tunover 2 years ago

    very moving

  • thank you Rebecca

    – natalie angus

  • Karen Checca
    Karen Checca9 months ago


  • thank you so much Karen!

    – natalie angus

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