Wednesday, June 10, 2009

MY FAVORITE SEPIA


Your heart seems so silent.
Why do you breathe so low,
why do you breathe so low?


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25 comments:

Annie said...

Oh Fel - you just posted the color of this recently. She is beautiful in all ways.

Carletta said...

I think she is so beautiful!
She even looks so in Sepia!!!!
The sepia gives a wonderful touch of softness.
Great portrait - hope it's hanging on your wall.
My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.

Vita Stunder said...

This is a gorgeous portrait in sepia!

I love it!
She is beautiful in every way :)

Mine is up too!

Anna

ewok1993 said...

Outstanding portrait. Very nice in sepia. I think whatever the color version is, I would prefer it this way.

Leora said...

We have that in common; I love photographing my daughter in sepia (but I haven't posted her for a while).

She looks so pensive, so lovely.

Terry said...

oh felisol...i think that this princess of yours is lovely inside and out!
i love the picture.
the little poem is a little wispful and sad sounding.
give serina a hug for me, will you felisol?...love terry

Deb said...

Wonderful portrait, great details and beautiful girl!

Felisol said...

Dear Terry,
I hug her by phone every evening.
She is in Sauda helping her grandmom with lots of important stuff, from gardening to doctor's appointment.
She is the apple of my mother's eye as well. The only grandchild.
They get along really well.

Serina says hello. she's always so grateful for your prayers.
From felisol

Ralph said...

A look of simple beauty, a true beauty. She is pretty and yet in this picture we cannot fathom the depth of her thinking. A wonderful look at a special person...

alphawoman said...

This is lovely.

Dianne said...

she is a stunning young woman

Crown of Beauty said...

Just to say beautiful doesn't satisfy me, dear Felisol... but what other word can I use? We are limited by words, they are often not good enough to describe what our heart is saying!

How proud you must be of her... she exudes an inner quiet beauty... Serina... does it come from the root word SERENE? Maybe it does. Wow!

Thanks for visiting my blog again today, I will be in prayer for your Gunnar.

Right now, in the name of Yeshua HaMashiach I speak life health healing and restoration to his body, soul and spirit.

Amen.

Crown of Beauty said...

I do not know if the comment I just tried to post was saved or deleted. The signal has been acting up...

So here's another try at a comment (sigh!)

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Just to say beautiful will not do justice to the picture you posted, Felisol. We are limited by words, and often they are not good enough to express what our hearts really want to say.

But what other word is there?

So I will use it, BEAUTIFUL... but know that I mean more than just that. So much more.

She exudes an inner, quiet, gentle beauty. How proud you must be of her.

Isn't Serina coming from the same root as the word SERENE? It must be so!

Thanks for visiting my blog again today. I will be praying for your Gunnar.

And right now, in the name of Jesus, I speak life, health, healing, and restoration to his body soul and spirit. Amen.

Your EG Tour Guide said...

You have such a lovely daughter. She looks GREAT in sepia. ;-)

Tricia said...

This is a gorgeous sepia photo & she's beautiful! I agree w/ Carletta-the sepia gives the photo a wonderful touch of softness!

Amrita said...

Brilliant work Felisol.

And to the title i would add
My favourite Girl

Mrs. Mac said...

a rich picture. Not only am I admiring your beautiful Serina ... but as a fairly new knitter, I'm eying the knit work of her sweater.
She is a jewel to be her grandma's helper. Enjoy your phone conversations.

hip chick said...

This is so beautiful in sepia. So perfect.

John Cowart said...

Your photo captures beautiful textures.

PJ said...

She's a beauty, like mother like daughter. I'm especially taken with all of the detail and the soft sepia tone.

kaye said...

my favorite post of the day. Hope you can stop by to see my sepia scene and window views Thanks!

Felisol said...

Hi, PJ and Kaye,
I have been over to your blog sites trying to leave a comment. It is immediately erased when I try to post.
Since you both have extraordinary pretty pictures, I'm sad I didn't make it.
From Felisol

maryt/theteach said...

I've said it before, Felisol, she is so beautiful! Lovely sepia shot! :)

Raven said...

Beautiful! The photo and the subject.

jeannette said...

Beautiful and the sepia gives it an even more serene cast.