Moving Through Time – More Grand People

Last week, I shared age progression photos of a set of loved grandparents (click here to view that post).  Today, I’ll do the same with another loved pair of grand people.

I’m thankful there were enough pictures to have fun with.  I left these in their original color.  May I present to you, L.L. and El…..

Here is beloved Eleanor, also known as “El”.

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And her husband “L. L.”

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Together they are L.L. and El.

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Coupled…

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All connected…

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And framed…

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Doing this was time spent watching time pass.

 

NOTE:  This was my initial sequence of Eleanor.

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You may notice that I had a little problem here.  It appears her grandson, my husband, inadvertently photobombed my sequence.  Grandchildren occupy a special place, but that place is not in my sequence; so darling little grandson had to go.  After much additional time trying to match color, I was able to cover him only for the purpose of this artwork.  Not perfect, but maybe better than a baby bomb.

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About Climbing Downhill

Wife and mother of grown kids, in my 50's and dealing with MS, making life's moments count and trying to offer something of value to others along the way. https://climbingdownhill.wordpress.com
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4 Responses to Moving Through Time – More Grand People

  1. chmjr2 says:

    Great job. I really like how these come out.

  2. Thank you. It is definitely time consuming.

  3. Pingback: Moving Through Time – “Take 4” | Climbing Downhill

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