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Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

It’s hard to think of what our lives would be like without our hands, the subject of this Weekly Photo Challenge. We use them in so many different ways – to tie our shoe laces, comb our hair, feed ourselves and others, dress, write, and gesture.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands

 

Comments

  1. Cameron says:

    It just makes you realize the value of our hands. Thanks for those beautiful photos!
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  2. Lovely shots for a wonderful theme, Marcia. I especially loved the second click the most 🙂 It’s indeed difficult to imagine my world without hands.
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  3. You’re welcome, Cameron. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment.
    Yes, our hands are so very important!

  4. Thanks, Arti. It is one of my favorites too.

  5. I love the cupcakes!! yummy! And dominoes used to be my favorite gate! There is nothing we can do without our hands definitely!
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  6. So you liked dominoes. Why did you stop playing? It’s such a fun game — although I’m not very good at it.

  7. I used to play it at my cousin’s place as a kid, I didn’t know how to play at that time and than we started playing a digital version 😀 But than we all got busy with college and university and stopped playing everything….
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  8. A pity our time can get so taken over that we stop doing things we like. Hope you get to play again.

  9. Cathy Sweeney
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    These photos really tell a story — and think of all the stories those hands could tell! It’s funny how important hands can be in our memories of people, too. Although my parents have been gone for several years now, I can still see their hands very clearly.
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  10. That’s so true, Cathy, and I hadn’t thought of that. I see both of my parents’ hands when I look at mine.

  11. I’ll take the candy first. 😉
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  12. Definitely!