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Rain Photograph - Feeling Rain by Rory Sagner

Feeling Rain is a photograph by Rory Sagner which was uploaded on November 14th, 2012.

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Thank you so much Brian.

My thoughts go out to you and your family, Rory. Its a lovely Picture.

I'm glad you like it Brian...Thank you! I just gave a framed copy of this to my sister for Mother's Day....our first since our mom passed away two months ago. This was the photo I put up at the funeral...one I took of her many, many years ago.

That is a really cool Picture, Rory, the rain effects affecting the affect!

Thank you Colleen! This photo is my very favorite of my mother....so amazing to see her like this...a completely unguarded, spontaneous moment. It's important I think, at some point in our lives, to be able to start to see our parents as the unique individuals that they are...not just as our parents. For me, this photo does that.

Touches my heart. Beautiful work, Rory.

Tina, I am so pleased and greatly appreciate you featuring "Feeling Rain" in the Artists Best Five Artworks Group! Thank you!

Very special indeed, there is a wonderful enchantment about this photograph. V/F

Rory Sagner replied:

Thank you very much Bob! I am so happy that you felt that enchantment too. There is something in this that captivates me...maybe just seeing that unguarded moment...which shows me a whole other side of my Mom I did not really get to see very much.

Thank you so much Delores...your words warm my heart!

Love it Rory and what your are doing for your mother. Your are a very special artist and your family is wonderful!

Beautiful find Rory & a 5 ***** fave ;~} Valz

Rory Sagner replied:

Thank you dear Valerie!!!

A so very beautiful photograph of your Mom Rory. Lovely processing and a wonderful capture and moment. voted :))

Rory Sagner replied:

Thank you so much Marilyn...your comments mean a lot to me!

Another winner oc Rory! Love how you captured the very special moment here...and moments like that are so precious indeed!...happy birthday to your beautiful Mother... f/v

Rory Sagner replied:

Thank you so much dear Jolanta....you are a sweetheart!

Thank God For Mom's~Excellent

Rory Sagner replied:

Thank you Greg!

Your feelings show themselves so clear in this photo. Love how you processed it. It is true, we always are young inside, even if our bodies get older and mor fragile. Sending love to you and your dear mother!

Rory Sagner replied:

Thank you so much Gun...your comments are warm and lovely!

and those tears shine through, rory!

love how you have used your medium to keep this moment eternal! well done, rory! vote

Rory Sagner replied:

Good morning Marlene! It's like finding buried treasure...some of my early 35 mm black and white photos of my family. Working with these has filled my heart with so much love and so many memories...it's elicited tears of joy and much laughter! I plan to write more about my mom in the description soon, but am going to send her this to remind her of the being that still lives inside of her...even though she is just about to turn 82 and is dealing with the harsh realities of physical ailments and living in a nursing home

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