Saturday, March 28, 2009

Photo Hunt - Hands

This week's photo hunt theme is "hands".
I didn't check the theme in time, and since my hands weren't doing anything interesting...
here are the hands of the newlyweds from the weddings I attended last summer (with more flower shots, because we all need more fresh blooms!)

freshly married hand

newly married hands

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  1. Such sentimental hands! :) My Photo Hunt is up! I hope you get a chance to visit me, too.

    Happy weekend!

  2. You solved that dilemma very nicely, and so romantically too. Ah, just for once, I will believe in romance, what the heck. To be a nervous bride, dressed in white and very much in love, ignorant of what is around the corner. Let's not spoil it for them and believe in happily ever after.

  3. I'm still trying to figure out what the bridegroom is wearing:
    it actually looks like part of a kilt :-)

  4. Great pictures. I started to use the same pose from my daughter's wedding, then changed at the last minute.
    Those are nice.

  5. Yep, we can never have enough fresh blooms in life.

  6. Lovely loving hands full of hope and promise...

  7. The hands look lovely holding the bouquet. Really lovely photo.

    Like your miniature garden too.

  8. Mrs Mecomber: These hands are sentimental!

    Irene: Yes, let's believe...

    Peter: it is part of a kilt!

  9. Sherry: thank you

    AliceAudrey: especially when still waiting for spring...

    Delwyn: you are a romantic, aren't you?!

    MaggieMay: thank you. and I'm glad you like my wee garden!

  10. Aww... what a sweet idea. Freshly married hands.

    I love the groom's kilt. Is that Black Watch hunting tartan? It's my favorite.

  11. Lovely pix! I took one of my in-laws hands at their recent 60th wedding anniversary incidentally! Ma was resting her hand on Pa's leg and he had his hand resting near hers. Very sweet.

  12. Oh! The roses in that first photo! These are lovely!

    Thanks for stopping by!

  13. Jo: It could be. It is a particularly nice tartan.

    Kylie: Thanks ... erm, the hands or the flowers?!

    Amanda: older hands touching brings a tear to my eye.

    RJ: aren't they to live for? (don't want to say 'die for', it is a wedding!)

  14. Citizen: especially for a non-romantic, like me!


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