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The photograph



My dad was hired to take this photo of my mum's nursing class.  Someone invited him to stay for the dance that evening.  This, then, is the day they met.  Mum is in the back row, fourth from left.  


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That's an awesome photo! I have one almost exactly like it with my mum in it. It was of her graduation year from teaching, with loads of other people, just like your mums :) I love it!

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i love this too! I am going to have to dig out the box of ancient photos I have. So fun!

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Amazing!  Your dad unknowingly taking a photo of the girl he would marry and you still having the photo to  marvel over...great story & cool photo!   :my_shy:

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    • sableduck


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    • lilwriter85



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    • HoneyBunny


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