Photographer Liese Ricketts led me to a site I wanted to share…you may already know about it, but it’s a wonderful way to bring the past and future together. The site is called Dear Photograph. Dear Photograph is a site that invites readers to submit photos of photos positioned over reality. Or, as the site’s description puts it, “take a picture of a picture from the past in the present.” Diane Sawyer explains it here, on the evening news.
The grass doesn’t seem as green without her around. I miss her and can’t wait to see her soon.
I found you in the attic when we moved in. I wonder if you lived happily ever after here…
I was astounded, but I hadn’t had time to consider what I was seeing.
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