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Pleasantries To Bad News.
Photo By Katrina Manio

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Photographer: Katrina Manio

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  • Title: Pleasantries To Bad News.
  • Description: This shot, to myself, as well as to those who know her, is probably the rarest shot in the world. She is the most talkative, questioning, active, sweaty, happy little 3 year old on this side of the universe. Every single picture I have of her would involve a blurry one because of her running and activity, or one in which a huge smile is plastered across the photo. I somehow got this shot of her when I told her I had to leave her and go somewhere... and I managed to get her reaction right before she did her pout/run/scream for the day. I call this "Pleasantries" because many people must force themselves to be pleasant and tolerable even when given "bad news" like she was.
  • Notes: I played with it in Photoshop to make the background more attractive and popping, as well as bring out something eye catching when someone would just be simply scanning through photographs of kids on a general day. Any and all scars, scratches or even dried blood, I left un-touched because it is a part of who she is... accident prone and active.

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