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Glenn Capers

World Member, New York City

The End of Endearment

His hand will remember the feel of his mother's soft hair. HIs symbolic gesture is guidance to nirvana for hie more. She will not have to return and relive life. .All is blessed

Comments 10

  • Inez Correia Marques 04/15/2012 10:05

    amazing image!!I I work with the sick and elderly, and I witness the pain and the joy too. Ken has a point but ultimatly we live as long as our Maker allows..
  • Cyber-Atelier Dolores 04/11/2012 10:11

    Strong picture and never seen before at the FC !!
    May she rest in dignity and peace !!!
    Best regards, Dolores
  • Günter Boris 04/10/2012 19:09

    a very sensitive picture.
    regards günter
  • Christian Fürst 04/10/2012 19:04

    superb documentary
  • mike snead 04/10/2012 17:56

    sad and authentic.


  • BRYAN CRUTE 04/10/2012 13:29

    Powerful image !
    The circle of life keeps revolving

  • Massimo Gherardi 04/10/2012 13:24

    They say that one picture tells more than one thousand words. At least this one does. Very strong, Glenn, good work!
    Best regards, Massimo
  • Ken Piros 04/10/2012 12:12

    Strong photo Glenn. I do not know what this ladies quality of life was towards the end but I do believe that modern medicine in most countries is allowing the body to out live the quality of life most people want. To see this just look to our nursing homes.
    May she rest in peace!
  • Jörg Klüber 04/10/2012 7:02

  • Peter Mertz 04/10/2012 6:04



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Aperture 2.5
Exposure time 1/80
Focus length 35.0 mm
ISO 640