Father and son

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Before I post some of my other images, I think of this as a special one.
It was my very first image of the weekend. Taken with not quite a portrait lens under crazy circumstances (hand held, wide open, available light).
The DOF is razor thin and has dad a bit OOF - certainly not technically perfect.

Yet, here is an image that expresses tender fatherly love for his son very nicely: our gracious host Patrick with his youngest son Reese.

You're looking great guys!

D3, Nikkor AF-S 400mm f/2.8

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That really is a wonderful capture. Technicalities aside, it does indeed capture a tenderness. I LOVE IT!
 
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Before I post some of my other images, I think of this as a special one.
It was my very first image of the weekend. Taken with not quite a portrait lens under crazy circumstances (hand held, wide open, available light).
The DOF is razor thin and has dad a bit OOF - certainly not technically perfect.

Yet, here is an image that expresses tender fatherly love for his son very nicely: our gracious host Patrick with his youngest son Reese.

You're looking great guys!

D3, Nikkor AF-S 400mm f/2.8
Fritz,
Maybe not technically perfect, but emotionally perfect!!
 

PGB

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:smile: the little guy turned 1 today.

Thanks for sharing this one Frits!

Regards,
 

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