The Most Nostalgic and Treasured Family Photos are Usually the Simple Ones
My mother in England in the late 1980s, photographed by her elder sister, who had moved there from India a few years prior.
I have been privy to the childhoods of my mother, her two sisters and their children through the thousands of photographs in my family’s archive.
A majority of them are picturesque snapshots documenting them during vacations, birthdays and unbirthdays; the most precious ones feature my late father, grandfather, and great grandfather — the family photographers — in the frame; and the most breathtaking are simple treasures like this in which the sisters played muse for each other.
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