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A couple of weeks ago my sister in law asked me to take a portrait of two of her grandchildren. I have difficulty with the "say cheese!" sort of pictures and asked her to let me ponder awhile. I found this quote by Heraclitus, "Man is most nearly himself when he achieves the seriousness of a child at play."
I liked the quote. Children are serious about their play. And they have a sense of wisdom and depth that I, as an adult, often ignore. This was my favorite. Yes, I got some of them laughing, but this is more of what I was after.