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Son with Bunny

Posted by
Ruthiebear (Titusville, NJ, United States) on 18 February 2016 in People & Portrait.

I do not take many people photos. We were at an 80th birthday party for a friend and I decided to try a few. This is his son, whose wife is ill and prevents her from traveling with him. He brings this little bunny with him and takes pictures of the bunny wherever he goes to share with his wife.
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Jypyä Pop from Turku, Finland

Picture, and in particular the story are charming. It is unfortunately the case that your spouse is ill, but that they have the opportunity to share memories.

18 Feb 2016 5:27am

tataray from Charentes-Poitou, France

Magnifique portrait. )

18 Feb 2016 7:17am

jpla from St Barthélémy d, France

Le portrait est réussi

18 Feb 2016 8:30am

Marie-France from Angers, France

Amusant ce portrait !

18 Feb 2016 8:44am

Libouton Martine from Bousval, Belgium

Très bien vu!

18 Feb 2016 8:52am

jean pierre a from France

extra!! amitiés

18 Feb 2016 9:15am

franz from Baden, Austria

what a sweet gesture of this man, and what a wistful portrait!

18 Feb 2016 10:04am

Devi from Chennai, India

what a beautiful poignant gesture !! May God cure his ailing wife soon and may they start travelling together soon...

18 Feb 2016 11:24am

Carol from Leamington, Canada

That is so cute.... and such a lovely thought attached with the photo! Best wishes to him and his wife... and a speedy recovery! ♥

18 Feb 2016 2:45pm

beach from Oshawa, Ontario, Canada


18 Feb 2016 2:48pm

Michelle New from United States

I have known Jeff for many, many years. I've even had the honor of sharing drinks and a couple of games of pool with both Jeff AND Bunny when he was in town for one of his trips. (She's a pool

18 Feb 2016 3:07pm

Mhelene from Villiers-sur-Marne, France

Very beautiful portrait and moving story !

18 Feb 2016 3:25pm

Don from Spokane, United States

His way of sharing with his wife is unique and appears to be very effective. Nice shot.

18 Feb 2016 3:59pm

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Quel portrait quel homme et sa petite peluche superbe.

18 Feb 2016 4:02pm

Willem from Noord-Scharwoude, Netherlands

Nice result Ruthie.

18 Feb 2016 4:05pm

Shaahin Bahremand from Tehran, Iran

good shot

18 Feb 2016 5:03pm

ursulakatariina from Turku, Finland

Lovely portrait.

18 Feb 2016 6:35pm

Aly from Annen, Netherlands

Very nice portrait Ruthie.

18 Feb 2016 9:23pm

Elaine Hancock from Rockville, United States

That is too cute. I am sure that it makes her feel included. A lovely portrait!

18 Feb 2016 9:51pm

James from Central Florida, United States

This monochrome mage combined with your narrative makes this a very touching and compelling story that you have presented very well.

18 Feb 2016 10:09pm

Alun from Elton, United Kingdom

Very cute idea, nice one

18 Feb 2016 10:11pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Nice portrait of them both.

18 Feb 2016 10:41pm

Steven from Chicagoland, United States

A great portrait capture of this gentleman! Sorry to hear about his wife. But what a great idea to keep his wife "in the loop".

18 Feb 2016 11:58pm

Irene from San Francisco, United States

Oh how nice that the son gets to share. Very nice photo, job well done.

19 Feb 2016 12:12am

Michael Rawluk from Williams Lake, BC, Canada

That is touching.

19 Feb 2016 3:02am

outsidersworld from Everywhere, Germany

a heartwarming photo ... also a nice touch and a beautiful memory ... it's nice when people understand each other, hold each other and exchange ... I like the image in monochrome ...

many thanks for allowing me to look at the picture ... also thank you for your visits and friendly posthumous comments on my blog ...

19 Feb 2016 3:08am

@outsidersworld: I am sure you picked the wrong word in posthumous, as it means delivered after death, and I am, thankfully, very much alive! LOL. Nevertheless, thank you for your kind words.

Harry from Apex, NC, United States

That guy in the background looks like his guardian angel whispering in his ear.

19 Feb 2016 3:18am

Lena from San Francisco, United States

Nice portrait. very kindness smiling...:-)

19 Feb 2016 4:00am

L'Angevine from Angers, France


19 Feb 2016 9:33am

outsidersworld from Everywhere, Germany

I'm sorry that I misunderstood something. When I read the text under the photo, I thought this is a heartwarming sight. I thought and understood it so that the man loves his wife very much and it does him sorry that she is ill and could not participate in the celebration.
So I understood it so that the little Rabbit is a symbol, and that the man, everywhere takes him out. Furthermore, I understood it that way, if the man is photographed on celebrations that he his sick wife shows the photos to allow them to participate in this way in the celebration. And I did not think of death. I just wanted to express that it's nice when people understand each other, hold each other and exchange. Some photos are then maybe a nice memory. I wish the man and his sick wife all the best.
Please forgive me if I misunderstood it. I do not belong to the person who insulted other fellows. I am a person of peace, harmony and civility. Also, I am grateful that I am still alive and may experience.
I wish you all the best in your life ...
I also wanted friendly to thank you, for your visits and friendly posthumous comments.

19 Feb 2016 10:06pm