Emotional pictures says it all.

We think in pictures but we feel, relate, and connect through emotions. Therefore, the challenge for the writer is to carefully choose words which paint emotional pictures for the reader to wander.

As the mission’s accomplished…the reader is hooked; the writer is fulfilled.

Add music to the mix and the story is taken to another level.

This article cuts to the chase as the following pictures are left alone with a little music to speak for themselves.

Wonderful summer day

Wonderful summer day

When does the wedding begin?

When does the wedding begin?

Smile!

Smile!

That's not the brake

That’s not the brake

A face full of Christmas morning

A face full of Christmas morning

Mom said I could have it...promise.

Mom said I could have it…promise.

Peace

Peace

Dad...I'll bet you can't do this!

Dad…I’ll bet you can’t do this!

This is crazy good!

This is crazy good!

OMG...what have we done?

OMG…what have we done?

Wheeeeeeee

Wheeeeeeee

Beautiful.

Beautiful.

This is going to hurt!

This is going to hurt!

Don't forget to inhale son.

Don’t forget to inhale son.

There's more where that came from.

There’s more where that came from.

Over my dead body you will.

Over my dead body you will.

...and have many more.

…and have many more.

Could you scratch my left ear please?

Could you scratch my left ear please?

What a guy.

I love a woman in a uniform.

I love a woman in a uniform.

Nothing more needs to be said.

Nothing more needs to be said.

Nothing but cute.

Nothing but cute.

Strike Dad...you're out!

Strike Dad…you’re out!

What now?

Unbelievable!

One cool brother.

One cool brother.

It hard to take this pic and surf backwards at the same time.

It hard to take this pic and surf backwards at the same time.

I forgot my screwdriver.

I forgot my screwdriver.

Could you back up just a little and say cheese.

Could you back up just a little and say cheese.

Wow!

Wow!


If you have a photo which speaks volumes…email it to me (billpeakjr@gmail.com) and I will add it to this article.

Bill Peak
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