The last WP Photo Challenge of the year, led by editor Ben Huberman, inspires us to celebrate the end of the year sharing the most meaningful photo we’ve taken in 2017.
My featured photo is my absolute favourite and it means a lot in many ways. It is the first time I post it.
These two beauties are cousins and my nephew and niece. At a very young age, both lost their fathers and yet they showed so much resilience and strength to overcome such a painful loss, that made us adults ponder on our meaningless little complains of life.
In the next photo is the mother of the boy, also my niece, holding her younger son. She stood tall to life adversities, opened a new path where others would have given up and carried on, accepting the ephemeral nature of life.
They all keep smiling, growing, and teaching us many lessons. I love them to bits and I am proud of them.
The last photo is my reader’s choice, as the most viewed photo and post of the year: Day Seven: Seven Photos in Black & White . I love the photo too.
Heartfelt thanks for the ongoing appreciation and support to my ramblings and photos. I know that you are a blogger and know what it takes to post, visit other blogs, leave a comment and reply to the ones you get. You took time to come here whenever possible, engaged, chatted or ‘liked’ a post to show that you are still around. All counts, means a lot and I’m grateful to you.
I wish for us to keep strengthening our community of bloggers by supporting each other and sharing our creativity.
You all are the best reason to keep blogging. So let’s blog on and care for one another
Wishing you all a happy holiday season and a peaceful New Year.