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Amazing Story

Discussion in 'Chill Out Forum:' started by Greg, Jan 21, 2010.

  1. Greg

    Greg Active Member

    Not sure if anyone has seen this before, but just stumbled onto it, it's an amazing story, both in words and photography, definitely worth taking some time out to read.

    Phillip Toledano - Days with My Father
  2. Sunburn

    Sunburn Active Member

    awesome, and very moving, nice find greg and a nice share.
  3. xxmissbirdyxx

    xxmissbirdyxx Senior Member

    Woah that is truly amazing :) Nice find
  4. glenwheeler

    glenwheeler Senior Member

    Miss Birdy just linked me this as I aint been on DF all day and I can truly say that this is one of the most touchign websites I have ever seen. Its truly amazing, the story, how he has captured his father in the photos is absolutley amazing and displaying the site in the way he has is just out of this world, great find greg do you know the guy who did this? Obviously his son but do you know his name etc?
  5. Krey20

    Krey20 Senior Member

    It's an amazing piece of work, and very brave of the artist to share it. To me it shows how important and rewarding it can be to get to know your parents as people, something very few people gt to do.
  6. Sunburn

    Sunburn Active Member

    The artists name is on the final slide Glen
  7. sarah

    sarah Member

    Oh my gosh that choked me up completely. What a lovely thing to do. The bit at the end about them being together in Paris, so lovely.
  8. that is a truly lovely website :) kudos to the creator :)
  9. Greg

    Greg Active Member

    Didn't want to say too much in the opening post as I literally stumbled onto it earlier, and didn't want to take away any of the impact for anyone else by reading about it too much first, if that makes sense.
  10. Ant

    Ant Member

    Wow, that is really touching.
  11. jim

    jim Member

    Nice story. Lovely images. I've seen photo-journal type sites before, but the way this one is presented just works so well.
  12. Anon.

    Anon. Senior Member

    Powerful stuff there made even more powerful with the great photography.

    Hats off the the creator, we find it moving reading it, can you imagine how he felt writing it and putting it all together.

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