52 Weeks Of Photo Challenges

A theme based photo blog

6. Celebration


Tiny was part of the best kind of celebration last night. She was able to document the birth of a baby with her camera. Each delivery is always unique and this one was no exception. When the baby was born and the new dad saw his beautiful new baby he was overcome with emotion and passed out cold. Fortunately the Dr. was able to patch him up quickly so he could get back to his wife’s side.

When Tiny left both mommy and baby were resting comfortably.

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28 thoughts on “6. Celebration

  1. Love that the dad passed out! Too fun!

  2. It’s a regular soap opera! Well done because of the happy ending.

  3. This one is over the top!!!!!

  4. OMG!!!! How do you keep getting better & better?? I LOVE it!!

  5. What an imagination. These stories are great.

  6. I fell behind on looking through other people’s blogs and now I see I missed a momentous celebration…congratulations to Tiny! (and to you for fabulous imagination and great shots)

  7. OMG!!!!!Lol…..

    Sent from the iPad of Daisy Vulovich


  8. I hope they did not have to use the instruments. I do not like the look of them! It gets better and better. Great story telling and imagery!

  9. That was hysterical. And the paper towels that you used for hospital linens – that was the best!!

    • 😀 Thanks Kathy…. I just look around and see how I can make things go together. I expect things to start getting a lot harder as there are less and less themes to choose from! 🙂

  10. This is one strong newborn baby. No wonder the father passed out.

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