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Morris David Taub (Montpellier, France) on 12 July 2019 in Landscape & Rural and Portfolio.

Miami Beach, Florida, 30 March 2016. About two weeks before we had to move mother to assisted living because of dementia. It was a difficult time for all of us. But mother hardly knew she was at home anymore. And she stopped eating enough, and drinking enough water. She wasn't able to take her medications correctly. She needed to be taken care of 24/7.

I've already posted this in color. It's number 326, posted 28 July 2017. Played with this b&w version. A scene one morning behind the building she lived in with my father for 25 years. It was a view from the pool area. I think the vegetation is gone now. The city plowed a lot away. Not sure, but I think they were/are extending the boardwalk up north. It used to stop/start at 47th street and extend down into South Beach. This area, behind my parents old home, is around 55th street.

RICOH , LTD. GR 1/80 second F/4.5 ISO 500 28 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Existence Artistique from Angers, France

Bel effet avec ces plans dont celui du haut avec ce ciel

12 Jul 2019 8:08am

Ralf Kesper from Fröndenberg, Germany

Wonderful image in this moody tonings. Well made hommage for your mother. It's not an easy living with demantian people. Specially with loving relatives. And even not losing them. Stay strong.

12 Jul 2019 12:45pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Nice layers of tones and textures.

12 Jul 2019 11:51pm

Le Krop from Charenton-le-Pont, France

J'aime beaucoup beaucoup cette image *****

19 Jul 2019 10:59am

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Miami Beach by Morris David Taub