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THROWBACK: Childhood Memories! A Level Photography, Photography Journey, Photography Themes, Photography Projects, Photography Inspo, Creative Photography, Bridge Photography, Nostalgia Photography, Contrast Photography

The fun of playing outside, waiting for our favorite cartoon characters to show on the television, all the wounds that we get from playing, all the hampas, kurot and palo that we get from our parents for not sleeping in the afternoon and all the memories that we shared with our childhood bff’s is what makes us who we are now and what makes our childhood memories extra special. Everytime I remember my childhood memories, it never fails to put a smile on my face. It’s like everything just…

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Mrs Brooks @redmoor
The market of Saint Ouen (Paris) Vision Board, Mood Board, One Day In Paris, Grandmas House, Life Is Strange, Family Memories, Simple Pleasures, Writing Inspiration, Creative Inspiration

The first day in Paris I visited one of my favourite places there: The market of Saint Ouen. I've posted about it before here. I love this place so much with all the antique stuff. The vintage camera's were so beautiful! I bought some old pictures I will probably use for my scrapbooks. More Paris pics will follow!

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Brandi Reed
91-year-old-mother-playful-photography-elderly-women-strange-ones-tony-luciani-1 Creative Photography, Portrait Photography, Moms Photography, Memories Photography, Reflection Photography, Selfie Photography, Photography Lighting, Photography Projects, Artistic Photography

When Tony Luciani's mother was no longer able to look after herself, the Canadian-Italian artist took it upon himself to become her full-time caregiver. But instead of just taking care of her basic needs, Luciani decided to include his mother in his art so that she'd feel more productive.

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Angela Wright