“I Did It My Way” (03/29/1915 – 01/27/2015)



74 thoughts on ““I Did It My Way” (03/29/1915 – 01/27/2015)

    • You hit it right on Uday & is one of the reason’s why I like this portrait in particular. For me it says a lot about my grandmother and gives insight into her personality. Thank you so much for your wonderful and insightful comment. Hope all is well with you?

    • Hi Sue, you mention Mike in your comment I think you meant Mark :). I value your comment as always so thank you very much for sharing your thoughts. I’m really glad you like this portrait, for obvious reasons it’s one of my favourites and is very close to my heart. Have a great day

    • Thank you John. It was a debate that I had with myself over the last week or so. Post or not to post but after having done so I’m glad I did. This photo really shines a light into her personality and I wanted to share with all. Have a great evening.

  1. Your images are superb… Not sure I could add anything that hasn’t already been said, so eloquently, in the message string for this photograph. A wonderful capture. Sorry for your family’s loss, but at the same time, such a long life to celebrate!

  2. I am currently scanning and restoring some old family photos and realize how important these portraits are. I would love to get a current portrait of my mother who is now 85 but she is pretty tough on not wanting to be photographed. But, I think if I do my job right, you’ll be able to see the young woman she once was through the essesnce of her expression as you have of your grandmother’s character here. Gotta convince mom!!! Even while I bemoan seeing myself photographed now, seeing what I don’t want to see…I thinking aging is natural and full of interesting character, and yes beauty. Love this image that you did.

    • This photo is very special to me so I’m very happy that it had the ability to convey a message to you. Thank you so much for stopping by and I look forward to seeing more of your great work, I truly loved your work.

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