Reflections: Sisters

Refelctions: Sisters

Raining again In Hartford, but these sisters (along with us) were among the few stalwarts who braved the weather to attend the carillon concert at Trinity college. I liked the way they reflected each other as well as the way they were clearly reflecting on their experience there.

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10 Responses to Reflections: Sisters

  1. judiclark says:

    I really like the casual way in which you captured these two sister and the processing… Makes me nostalgic for the doing things with my two favorite sisters: Avis & Hazel, my grandmother and great-aunt.

  2. John & Lois says:

    I like the way the reflected sisters are framed in the archway.

  3. danudin says:

    Addressing life in their own styles.

  4. lorri says:

    It’s a lovely natural portrait and your processing highlights the moment.

  5. jackscrap says:

    I love the muted colours, they certainly looked relaxed in each other’s company.

  6. Cathy says:

    Lovely image with beautiful muted colours.

  7. PC PHOTO says:

    ….and I like the silhouetted arch that frames the scene!! Good to see you are getting out and about 🙂

  8. I like everything about this … the muted colors; the framing of the arch and the position of the ladies. Great capture.

  9. KarenAnn says:

    Lovely image capturing an intimate moment between two sisters. As others have noted, the framing and composition are perfect.

  10. ivor says:

    That’s a smashing composition and looks so natural that I feel I could be standing there. What you have done with the development of the image is great too. Fantastic!

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