My daughter posted this photo of her and her brother and sister from 38 years ago on our Family Page yesterday. It’s one of my favourite photos. Recently I put together a photo tribute for my Dad’s memorial and I came across this trio of my Dad, Mom and her sister, taken about 30 years ago.
Finding photos of singles, duos and even multiple objects is easy but finding trios can be a little more challenging. I’d love to see what you can find in your archives or daily photo journalling trips of trios.
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I know that Marsha expects the art we post to be outside but I figure if the gallery is open to the public and is free to the public then maybe it’s okay to post under this challenge. Back in September the Women’s Art Association of Canada hosted a show for new member like me to display their work.
One of the pieces that impressed me was an installation piece that had to be assembled and then disassembled at the end of the show. The artist took pieces of her grandmother’s couch and other items from her home to create this piece.
Last year for my birthday my granddaughter chose my birthday card. She loves Hallowe’en and even though my birthday is in August she chose a Hallowe’en themed card. I loved it so much that I hung onto it and discovered it again when I was going through my papers. Here it is for my Thursday Trio contribution.
If you have any photos of trios (spooky or not) why not join in and post your own. Copy my link and paste it into your post so that I get a pingback. I’ll be sure to respond.