Weekly Photo Challenge: Waiting

By: Kamakshi

Dec 03 2011

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Category: Artifacts, Challenges


Focal Length:35mm
Shutter:1/125 sec
Camera:Canon EOS 550D

When the year ends, a new hope comes by. Growing up in a convent school, we always used to look forward to the Christmas Party. We could wear our best dresses and got ice cream to eat during class hours! And then we’d sneak into the school chapel to see the crib. As I wish those uncomplicated days back in my life, and wishing you a very happy season leading to the festivity!


10 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Waiting”

  1. Uncomplicated days! Yes indeed. Thanks for sharing your memories.

    • Ahhh nuvofelt, that shot I captured recently just touched a raw nerve! I have no idea what is the single most important thing that I miss most, so safe to say, I miss them all!!

  2. In my country (Philippines), we call this Christmas scene set of figurines or statues the ‘belen’. It’s as essential to every home’s Christmas decor as a Christmas tree.
    As always, I love the idea behind your shot. 🙂

  3. Christmas seems to make it harder and more poignant too! Have a blessed day.

    • Amen to that..good time to ask you, how do I address you? nuvofelt seems very cold, I’m sure you’d love us to address you by your first name :)!

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