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This Moment

2010 September 3
by Rachel Turiel

{This Moment}

A moment from the week to savor and remember

inspired by Amanda Soule



28 Responses leave one →
  1. September 3, 2010

    wow!!! what a shot!!

    happy weekend to you…

    ~erin

    ps ~ my “moment” is here:
    http://eringoodman.com/blog/?p=18603

    (still can’t believe it is real…but according to the non-stop smile on my girl’s face all week i think it must be!!!!)

  2. September 3, 2010

    as usual I must proclaim, AWESOME!

    have a wonderful weekend :)

    ~s

  3. September 3, 2010

    i love moments like this . . when you can feel another creature’s beauty and strength amidst the quiet, yet, busy world around you. so beautiful!

  4. September 3, 2010

    Don’t you love it when you happen to have a camera along at the right moment. Nice capture.
    Here is my moment:
    http://www.livingamused.com/2010/09/03/this-moment-my-moment-of-week-09-03-10/

    • 6512 and growing permalink*
      September 3, 2010

      I know, I was applauding myself for randomly having a camera!

  5. September 3, 2010

    wow! that is amazing. what a great picture.

  6. September 3, 2010

    another fantastic moment! we have those as well with white tail deer. never ceases to amaze me… the beauty of nature.

  7. September 3, 2010

    My thoughts on seeing this photo, in order: Oh, the grass! The trees! Oh — oh wow! Took my breath away.

  8. Ellen permalink
    September 3, 2010

    What lucky kids — and such a precious moment.

  9. Melissa permalink
    September 3, 2010

    Amazing.
    I have to ask–is Rose wearing a dance outfit? I love it!

    Happy weekend! I am home with the kids and very, very, happy.

    • 6512 and growing permalink*
      September 3, 2010

      Melissa, Rose is wearing a green velvet dress adorned with lace and sequins, because y’know, it helps the kick and glide.

  10. nicki permalink
    September 3, 2010

    Oh so lovely and magical. So wild and full of beauty. Your children are blessed by such landscapes. Peace, Nicki

  11. September 3, 2010

    Wow, just wow.

    We see a deer here in the city occasionally when we’re at a playground near a forest preserve and that’s considered exotic in these parts. The kids (and adults) are always in awe when we encounter one.

  12. September 3, 2010

    Rose’s scootering outfit is great!

  13. September 3, 2010

    So CLOSE!

    What a great shot.

  14. September 3, 2010

    that. is an amazing picture.
    where are col and rosies yew bows?
    ;)

    • 6512 and growing permalink*
      September 3, 2010

      Oh they’ve got their yew bows, though Rose’s is in need of a little repair due to a Subaru-door-slam accident, and Col’s broke awhile ago and he’s now onto an Osage Orange bow.

  15. abozza permalink
    September 3, 2010

    WOW! That’s an amazing moment!
    http://amysreallife.wordpress.com

  16. Judy permalink
    September 3, 2010

    For this outing, did Rose want to wear the high-heels that go with her velvet ballerina dress-up?

    • 6512 and growing permalink*
      September 3, 2010

      We have a few strict rules around here, including: no high heels outside.

  17. September 3, 2010

    Rachel! As usual, you take my breath away – in words and pictures. XOXO

  18. September 3, 2010

    Looks very fall-like and stunning to witenss! Junior trackers there ;-)

  19. September 3, 2010

    What a wonderful moment…we have a herd of over 60 elk that come within 20 feet of our house. My kids are so overwhelmed by so many they will only stand on the front porch and look on in awe.

    It would be fun to be able to see just one at a time!

    Great capture.

    LOVE your blog! Kim

  20. September 4, 2010

    Wow, what a fantastic picture and a fantastic moment ot remember! Wow, great shot!

  21. September 4, 2010

    totally and utterly awesome!!

  22. September 4, 2010

    Fabulous capture! What a beauty!

  23. September 8, 2010

    Tutus are so freakin’ utilitarian, I swear. They’re the new blue jeans. =>

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