Sunday, January 10, 2010


This is what I like to call my "Wall of Women" in our living room. There's an antique frame and picture of my great-aunt, who died when she was 4 years old. There's a picture of my maternal grandma when she was a young woman- either a graduation portrait or engagement picture- she was gorgeous! She died when I was 1 year old, so I never knew her. The picture beneath her is my mom in her engagement picture. Then, there's a collage of a bib, the packaging and a letter written by a different great-aunt to my mom when she was born in 1945. Finally, a chalk on velvet drawing someone did of a photograph of me when I was a baby. I'd like to add drawings of my two girls to the wall eventually.

Technical: They were shot with natural window light. I was just playing with different angles and views. 35 mm lens ISO 320 SS 1/60- 1/80 f2


  1. What a cool wall! I bet you always smile when you look at it :)

  2. Great shots and I LOVE the idea! I'm following you