My niece (left) and my daughter (right) watching the scenery recede from the back window of a restored Victorian-era rail car pulled by a coal-fired steam engine. The girls are 10 and 6½ , respectively, but despite their age difference, they find plenty of common interests when playing. The shame of it is, they live very far from one another, so they don't get to visit very often...
Thanks Kathy & John; I appreciate your comments very much. John, she does have long fingers, but she does not play piano. Her passion, apparently, is gymnastics. Kathy, your comments remind me that I have to send a CD of these photos to my brother... -Brian
Whos the third reflection I see Brian? Lovely shot you got here. Nice comp and natural frame of window. Doesnt seem to be much of a height difference. Your daughter must be tall for her age. Hope fun was had by all! Maggi
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Thanks, Maggi. I've no idea whose reflection that is; the car was full of other tourists. As for the height difference, my niece is a bit small for her age, and my daughter is (and always has been) tall for her age. As a result, the two girls are close in height and close in weight. In an odd way, it's kind of cool.
Thanks very much for the kind comment and rating. -Brian
Lovely shot. The natural shot when they don't know you're taking it, is often so much better. The reflected face in the top right is very ghostly.
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