The fast shutter speed capturing the water droplets makes for an unusual photo of an apparent blessing of the rings.
Lovely moment when you don't have a second chance. The sharp droplets really make it feel very precise.
I'm usually not into tilted frames but this one caught my eye and held my attention. The repetitive shapes of the bracelet and the dress buttons connect hand and child as much as the outstretched gesture. That combined with the layered background make it a keeper.
No matter how long I stare at this one, I can't really figure out what's going on in the image, but it doesn't really matter as it's about the repetitive shapes of the Converse All Stars. Very nice frame, especially with the hands on top balancing the white of the shoes on the frame bottom.
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