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Source – Taylor Jones ❤  http://dearphotograph.com/   <—– Please click for the rest! Such a Beautiful idea 🙂

“Today, as I sift through the posted pictures of front door steps and sledding hills, of kitchen tables and corners of downtown small town America, I find myself so moved … in more than ways than one. When I look back — not just at my own history, but at the big universal timeline — am I looking for honey-dripped home decorations or more nuanced truths? There is a place for both, I’m sure. But what I’d like to take away from Dear Photograph is a reminder to consider the real people behind the romance, the people determinedly smiling, waiting for click.”
— Oprah.com

 

“Dear Photograph,
I know you are my ancestors sitting there in front of the house I grew up in and where my family still lives today.  Even though we have lived in different times and a generation or more apart, I somehow feel closely connected to you both.
Gitte”
“Dear Photograph,
The Chinese New Year brings my family back to the temple to say hello to our grandparents. 24 years later, the temple still stands strong and unchanged, but I have expanded my horizon way beyond the view. See you next year Grandma and Grandpa.
Derrick”
“Dear Photograph,
I learned to walk on that bridge and now my son begins his journey.
Ioic”
  “Dear Photograph,
Why did we watch tv so close?
Simon”
“Dear Photograph,
If only standing up on the swing was the most rebellious thing you did…
Gee”
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