In addition to the photos highlighting my mother-in-law in the Moving Day Parkinson’s Walk post last week, I had also taken many other photos of family members and the surroundings at Crane’s Roost Park. Here are some of the best of those photos.
My beautiful daughter with my oldest grandchildren, Heather and Mikey.
Heather at the Arch of Balloons that marked the starting point of the walk.
My mother-in-law with one of her granddaughters, Casey, posing for a picture.
My middle granddaughter, Abby, enjoying the walk…for now.
Left to right; Heather (listening to her iPod), Cindy, Ann and Abby (doing some kind of impression…maybe of Granddad).
Grampy (my father-in-law) pushing Granny (my mother-in-law) with Abby in Granny’s lap as Cindy (Grandma) looks on. I decided to make this one Black & White to emphasize the light and darkness.
Heather decided to take a break and lie on the steps after the first lap.
A Black & White version of the same photo.
Mikey and his mom relaxing after the first lap.
A Black & White version of the same photo. I like the effect here much better than the color shot.
Abby and her mom Amber walk through the Balloon Arch to start the second lap.
From right to left; Cindy, her mother, her oldest brother Ed pushing the wheelchair, her older brother Paul, and in the background you can see Mikey, Ed’s son Dusty and Dusty’s wife Leslie as they start the second lap.
A shot of the walkway that takes you over Crane’s Roost Lake at the Park.
At the end of the walk, Granny smiles while Abby enjoys a bottle of water.
Thanks so much for your kind comment on my recent post. 🙂
You were able to capture such vivid colors in this photo series — very nice!