FATHER AND SONS – Weekly Photo Challenge – Hands

 None of these pictures are new.  Over the years, I have collected photos of my husband working with our children.  Seeing him at work as a father has always fascinated me.  I meant to make a compilation of all these pictures, make a coherent presentation of them, but somehow, I never got the chance to. Besides, the pictures have been stored in different files – that discouraged me from doing anything.  For compelling me to do something about my plan makes me appreciate this challenge a lot. I guess my husband is getting an early Father’s Day greeting.  Since I got a good gift on Mother’s Day, I am happy to give him an early one. 😉

I hope you enjoy this little presentation. 




Hands that work

Hands that play

Hands that teach

Hands saying: “I’m with you all the way.”

Hands that learn

Hands saying: “I’ll be like you one day.

For more photos, please visit WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE.

38 thoughts on “FATHER AND SONS – Weekly Photo Challenge – Hands

  1. I love how you can gather old photos and put them into such a meaningful tribute to your husband and your loved ones’ hands! I know you said I’m too generous with my comments, but I mean every word, and I do LOVE all your pictures, as well as the words that go with them so perfectly. Beautiful!

  2. I wrote my reaction at the wrong place ><
    Hope this time I'm right…
    I love the light on your last picture.
    Thanks for your visit and comment on my blog.

    1. Thank you DagEnDauw for dropping by and the comment. The last picture was the one that immediately came to mind when I saw the theme for the challenge.

      1. Not sure if it’s really either a ‘pingback’ or a ‘reblog’ but I liked your captions so much I had to rewrite my own post to include a link to your photo.

      2. Oh! I appreciate that a lot. Thank you very much. I do not understand how those things are called either. I might have done a pingback without knowing how to. 🙂

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