The Daily Foto: Multi-Generations

Nov 16, 2009   //   Daily Foto, South Africa  //  Comments Off on The Daily Foto: Multi-Generations

Phodographer Carolyn Lane in Sir Lowry’s Pass, South Africa, Feb. 2009
Handing grandparents their first photos of their grandchildren is an incredible moment of sharing. I have photos from my childhood where I am interacting with my great-grandparents. Those images are beyond priceless, truly my family artifacts. The basis of Dog Meets World is for travelers to share their love of photographs with others!

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John Carr, Phodographer across South America

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