Amy and her Winter Formal

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  1. Seefutlung

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    Just some snaps of my youngest daughter's Winter Formal taken last Saturday.
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    Gary
     
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    What a nice series! Great to see everyone 'all smiles' like that. She's very pretty - you must be so proud (and that's you in the third shot, right?)
     
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    Thanks Antarctican ... I believe all parents should raise kids they can be proud of ... (She has a 3.7gpa and a varsity swimmer states the proud father.)

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    Nice series from a proud Dad, and so you should be.

    Excuse my ignorance but what is a winter formal?

    Never heard of it before, is it a north american thing?
     
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    Winter formal is a dance...kinda like prom but not as important ;)

    The photos look great! I agree, she is beautiful! Off to college next year??
     
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    Great shots, beautiful young lady, nice to see that she obviously loves her dad in public (#3--most teenagers don't even acknowledge the existence of "parental units").

    Unfortunately, my H.S. didn't have very many dances. Let's just say that they were an extreme "security risk"--and this was 25 years ago! I got frisked at my one Prom appearance--and not by my lovely date. :banghead: :lol:
     
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    Thanks ... just as ATXshots stated ... a dance where the kids dress up and you toss in a nice dinner.

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    Nope, Amy is just a junior. Sarah, my oldest daughter is at St. Louis University.

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    Thanks ... sorry about your dances. SMCHS is in Orange County, the biggest "security risk" in the OC is having your undocumented gardner bussed back across the border.

    I had to threatened my teenager to be nice to me.

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    The second one is wonderful! I think it could definitely use a tighter crop though (removing the purse and lamp on the left and maybe the box on the right)
     
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    Thanks Stillwater, #2 is my fav ... I have to lose the purse on the left ... I think the box adds a bit to the overall image ... cropping, I don't think is the way to go ... it will cramp eveything together ... no room for movement. Cloning the purse out I think is the best methodology.

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    Yeah, I can definitely see that now. Good call sir :)
     

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