Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Two Loves

I love me five women, or make that four women and one girl child. At the Mill of Kintail the other day, I was able to take lots of pics of two of these great loves: the oldest and the youngest. These two adore each other almost as much as I adore them. Separated my almost exactly sixty years, they share a joy of life. The older of the two is especially to be raised on a pedestal just now — for making me three apple pies! I'll present the photos without further comment except to say the the last is my fave; sometimes (and not often in my opinion) black and white conversion is just the ticket.










12 comments:

Diana said...

What a beautiful place to enjoy your beautiful gals AC! Love Di ♥

Judy said...

You certainly have been blessed!

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Very nice post and photos, AC. My favorite is the one with Cuppa & Nikki walking hand in hand through the trees. At the Frog & PenguINN, Grenville is the apple pie baker. He's definitely the love of my life!

Donna said...

These are BEAUTIFUL Ac! And I also, love the B&W!
hughugs

Bachelor said...

The pics are great of your 2 loves... fall in coming and it looks as though you are taking full advantage of the cooler weather. Have a great day!
:) The Bach

Ginnie said...

Lucky girls !!! I loved the one where your wife and grandaughter were walking down the path away from the camera...and the black & white one is a classic.

Ruth said...

Lovely pictures, all of them. I am particularly partial to the third last one.

Bernie said...

You have great taste in women AC and I love your photos, I am partial to the black and white as well......:-) Hugs

Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

Great pictures of two lovely gals in the woods of early autumn.

I imagine the wee lass will always remember precious moments with the two of you.

Kila said...

You're a lucky man :)

Mary G said...

I'm with ginni - the walking away down the path. Agree, sometimes b&w - actually, gray scale, i guess, does it so much better. Also love the one of Smudge on the path by herself.
And I bet your back felt the tree climb photos - mine twinged in sympathy.

Loner said...

Just lovely - and to have 5 women to love- you are very blessed indeed, AC. I love your pictures.