This is my Dad in 1926, so full of light and hope. I wonder what or who he was looking at as this photograph was taken?
I lost my Dad 11 years ago just as he was learning about computers. I wonder what he would have thought if he had known that just a few years later he would be the centre of attention and possibly being viewed across at least three contents on Father's Day?
I miss him lots.
Credit to Wil for the background from last week's Art Creation Friday, and KlarissaH for the frame (both much altered). The photos of Dad is my own.
Font is Journal Handwriting.
Thanks for looking.
Its so special.
What a fabulous tribute to your Dad. And wasn't he a cutie. Wonderful job.
Wow what a great honor to your dad.
Wonderful tribute. Love them.
Your Father is so precious, what a perfectly lovely tribute to him. Thank you for sharing!
What a handsome little guy he was. I'm sure he'd be amazed at the blogging world, Ann. This is a beautiful tribute to him.
Seems he is looking at you... And probably he really is!
(I noticed that you left me a comment after leaving your link to your card at Sunday Postcard Art... Am I right? Please, tell me if my comment with my link is there!!! I tryed 3 times, and it doesn't appear! Can you tell me if it's there? :O) Thanks!)
A lovely postcard, so special.
This is lovely Ann.I lost my dad 17 years ago and that ache never leaves your heart.
I think he would have been very proud to have been featured so beautifully on your blog :) It's a lovely card.
What a tribute to your father! He would be so proud of you with your blog and art!
Touching story ! And its really cool that you used a "real" photograph in stead of using a "borrowed relative" :)
You're tribute to your Dad is lovely, Ann. He'd be so proud of your accomplishments and work. I lost my Dad many years ago, and think about him every day. Beautiful work! Hugs, Terri xoxo
Oh, this is just amazing! What a wonderful and loving tribute to your dad. LynnF
Fantastic and beautiful card.
That is a wonderful photo of your dad Ann. He would have been so very proud of his clever daughter. Great job x
What a beautiful and touching tribute to your Dad, Ann. This is something really special.
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