The Best Photo Ever

This photo of David & his sister, Carole, was taken about 25 years ago at the OK Corral Western Theme Park in Cuges-les-Pins, just east of Marseille. I absolutely adore it because they are polar opposites.  Notice the arm holding Carole in place!  She smiles a lot more for photos nowadays, but man, did she look unhappy back then. David’s jubilant and adorable smile hasn’t changed at all.

This photo had been in the storage space for who knows how many years. Now it will forever be hanging on our wall because it makes me laugh every time I look at it.

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  • http://bofmouais.com.is.broken/ Bradley

    That photo is hilarious!

  • http://bofmouais.com.is.broken Bradley

    That photo is hilarious!

  • Emmy

    hahahahahaha. Why on Earth did their parents buy it? Maybe they also saw the comedy value in it.

  • http://Emmygration Emmy

    hahahahahaha. Why on Earth did their parents buy it? Maybe they also saw the comedy value in it.

  • http://noemagosa.wordpress.com/ Noelia

    Absolutely funny!

    Noelias last blog post..les cros

  • http://noemagosa.wordpress.com Noelia

    Absolutely funny!

    Noelias last blog post..les cros

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