Cheetahs In My Shoes

living with the imaginary menagerie and all that it entails

The Gallery – Hands

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My hands are usually holding the camera.  Or, in a bad habit, in my pockets.  My hands are frequently found flying up and down the piano keyboard at school with kids looking over going “how d’you move your fingers so fast Miss?”.  My hands are scarred, frequently swollen and are often the reason why I’m sitting in an NHS consulting room.  Suffice to say, there’s no pictures of mine on here.  There are however, hands that show dexterity, love and having a rather good time…

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Author: Jenny

Life, photos and recipes mixed with family life, additional medical needs and a whole load of imaginary friends

21 thoughts on “The Gallery – Hands

  1. Lovely hands. And so expressive x.

  2. Awwww such a wonderful collection of hand shots. My hands are terrible, dry skin and bitten nails. I hate them. My chikdren’s are beautiful , of course, so perfect and unspoilt. I love them. X

  3. Brilliant! Love all the pics, apart from the caterpillar one 😀 He is a lovely colour though, I will give you that!

  4. Gosh you’re good at this! Fabulous photos, gorgeous detail. And doesn’t everyone do that with Hula Hoops!

  5. As always, an amazing collection of photos, I particularly like the muddy hands!

  6. Brilliant – i forgot all about hoola hoop hands!

  7. Great collection of hand moments! The muddy ones were really muddy!

  8. Beautiful pictures. I especially love the one with the curled up caterpillar.

  9. That is the only way to eat hula hoops… Even in your 30s!

  10. Love the photos of muddy, dirty hands. You just know that smiling, happy children are attached to those hands 🙂

  11. I love the surprise hands – what was the occasion? Great slide show, it makes us realise just how important hands are and how lucky we are to have them!

  12. Pingback: The Gallery – Hands « Cheetahs In My Shoes « My gallery

  13. Great selection! Love the Hula Hoops hands in particular…

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