Weekly Photo Challenge: Family

THIS WEEK, IN A POST CREATED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO SHOWING FAMILY.

The interpretations of “family” are as varied as families themselves. If you shy away from posting photos of yourself or loved ones online, then show us any kind of family — a gaggle of ducklings, a copse of trees, a row of identical buildings. This should make for an interesting challenge topic.– Josh

via Weekly Photo Challenge: Family.

Family as in a school of fish

Family as in a school of fish.

A pair represents togetherness as a family

A pair represents togetherness as a family.

Wild ducks in a pond swimming as a family

Wild ducks in a pond swimming as a family.

Birds of the same feather flock together

Birds of the same feather flock together.

Swans, ducks and geese - similar to a multi national family

Swans, ducks and geese – similar to a multi national family.

A picture paints a thousand words - showing a father's love and care for his son/family

A picture paints a thousand words – showing a father’s love and care for his son/family.

This is how my elderly aunt treasure her family photos, lovely displayed at the walls of her home

This is how my elderly aunt treasures her family photos, lovingly displayed at the wall of her home – the traditional way.

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