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The gentle touch


Took this some time ago with my phone. Technically not the best but it does, I think, suit the subject in this case. I also PP'd it to enhance the grain and harshness to give a more documentary feel to it.

It was quite touching to see this frail old woman being cared for by the man, who I believe was her son. I took a few of the two of them but the appearance of the nurse just balanced the whole thing out for me.

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Re: The gentle touch


Yes - agree with what you say Steve - and the son having his hand on her shoulder just adds that extra special element to the whole image

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Thank you Chris.

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Re: The gentle touch


Has a documentary feel to this, the grain works well,
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