Pageants

May 05, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Webster describes the word pageant to mean a mere show or pretense.  It also describes it to be ostentatious, or displaying wealth, knowledge, etc., in a way that is meant to attract attention, admiration, or envy.  Many times the word beauty precedes the word pageant when giving a title to the event.  There is no way this pageantry display can ever show the beauty of the love shown here between two sisters.  They both participated in their first pageant and walked away with the same honors.  The youngest also got an award for the best hair.  She insisted that this trophy should be on her head (it has an image of a tiara).  So her Mom used her finger to keep the prize on her head.  And I used Photoshop to get rid of her finger.  These are my Godchildren.  The pictures were taken in my front yard and the studio pictures were taken on the back porch. (You can view the gallery of pictures by clicking on the image above.)


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