I took this photograph on the same afternoon as the the one I used for the Photo Friday challenge – Childhood. I was going to use it for this week’s challenge – Treasured – but I didn’t think it was technically all that good, nor as aesthetically pleasant as the images I did use.

Nonetheless, having spent some time working on it, I’m reasonably pleased with how it turned out and do think it’s a nice image (if not an overly good one).

I also think that it does a good job of capturing the relationship between three of our daughters. When this was taken the youngest was just over nine months old and couldn’t walk unaided. But, from what I remember, she spent quite a lot of time being helped around by her older sisters and this image nicely captures the various ways in which they helped out with her care.

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Fujifilm FinePix 40i
5.08pm on 1/6/02
f9.8
1/239
n/a
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evaluative
200
8.7mm
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