TBThusday…1975 Berlin, Vermont

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my kids & i have begun the gigantic task of cleaning out & putting to rights (the first time ever) the art/game closet. i found this double exposure, taken by my father, buried under heaps of junk. i’m not sure if the softer image is me or my twin brother…strange, that i cannot tell the difference…can you tell if the two children are really one? my brother had bone straight hair, while mine went everywhere.

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  1. Mary says:

    Great shot – beautiful find.

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  2. Hello, Amy! It’s two different children – and what a lovely, lovely find. It is so important to print photos and stash them away so they can safely travel through time and pop out when you least expect them…

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  3. awesome shot, double awesome that you discovered it with your child, a gift from your dad. What it’s all about. 🙂

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      Oh, thank you so much. It was a gift finding the old photograph of me taken by my father. ~amy

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  4. That’s lovely. I love old natural shots. Little treasures.

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      Thank you, Stephanie! I love old, natural shots too. It is a treasure. ~amy

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  5. A priceless treasure found is always exiting, happy for you! I think that’s you twin brother, the hair and the smile looks different! Amazing shot, your Dad had just like you an eye and vision for photography. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Wonderful image. I love how you captured that expression of her looking down. So much more than just a smile.
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    1. Amy Saab says:

      Oh, I didn’t catch that image, my father did. That is me. My father had a darkroom in our house & began teaching us to develop & print black & white when we were that very age. Thank you for the compliment on my father’s eye. ~amy

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  7. Priya Ghose says:

    What a neat treasure to unearth in the midst of cleaning!

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    1. Amy Saab says:

      It was a treasure to find. Thank you, Priya. ~amy

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