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Father and son in the water

Father and son wading in the shallow water at Inch Strand, Co. Kerry last September.

I previously posted a picture of the child but this image demanded attention when I was looking for “sea” photos. I love the silhouettes, the colour, the waves and the clouds.

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Aperture ƒ/16
Camera Canon EOS 20D
Focal length 72mm
ISO 100
Shutter speed 1/640s

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8 thoughts on “Father and son in the water

  1. rex says:

    ‘will not be published’ \-very very comforting and professional. timeless photo, almost like unchartered territory for a new generation that will ultimately outlast but be in the open arms and statuesque protection in time’s headstarts.

  2. Hi, i wrote a song about my father now deceased.
    I wanted a photo to go with song, so picked yours.
    However, i will of course remove it if thats what you’d prefer.
    I am not in the music for profit, merely a hobby.
    Please let me know if not ok to leave photo up there, thanks

  3. First time fathers says:

    I like the picture so much. It gives me idea that the father and his son waited for the moment to have bonding together. nice post!

  4. Will says:

    It’s a great picture that shows the relationship of the father to the son. The bonding is strengthen when a father allocate certain amount of time to play with his son. An open communication between the two of them can help the son when making hard decisions.

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