Mom & Dad
Some people will never let go of the 60’s.
(submitted by Sandy)
A testament to the power of love.
(submitted by Steward)
He wears his happiness on the inside.
(submitted by Janet)
When you’ve got the rhythm, it’s a snap.
(submitted by Justine)
Defeats the point of hide and seek.
(submitted by David)
Number 2 pencil only.
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They had a bottle of wine to thank for their love.
(submitted by Cassie)
“Here is a picture I drew for my dad when I was 8 years old back in the day (1999). I have no idea why I decided to draw a devilish pig, with flames bursting in the background, because he is a good guy. Hmmm, if that’s my dad, I wonder what that makes me?”
(submitted by Adam)
Dad was always there to give his family a lift.
(submitted by Loren)
“This is my mom and dad who went to visit my brother in Texas. They stopped off at a scenic overlook in Austin to take some pictures. I have no idea who that is in the background nor why they are dressed that way, but they obviously thought it was a Kodak moment too.”
UPDATE: Sooo… we heard from Jennifer, the Superhero in the background, and got her side of the story.
“As for the pic, it was w/ a pro photographer for some promo work I was doing. My last name is Justice so I was doing a superhero theme. I think this was like March ’09. OMFG, I’m still laughing! Too funny. Anyway, I’m not sure exactly whats going on w/ my face here but I’m sure its more annoyed w/ sun in the face and the wind doing the exact opposite of what we were wanting. I know we got the shot because I used it for awhile but I can’t seem to find it at the moment. Anyway, enjoy! I’ve got more family portraits to bomb… UP UP AND AWAY!!
(submitted by Stephanie)