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Aged Beauty,,,,,

A picture says a thousand words. Was doing some work at a nursing home recently for a health organization, which will be working with my cancer research program for a project. This project involves using pictures to spread the word on Cancer in our world today. Took a series of shots but this one wont be used. Hopefully I will show shots for this project in the near future. Just wanted to put this up because today marked another huge step in finding a cure for Cancer. I LIVE TO HELP FIGHT THIS DISEASE!!!!

Aged Beauty,,,,,

A picture says a thousand words. Was doing some work at a nursing home recently for a health organization, which will be working with my cancer research program for a project. This project involves using pictures to spread the word on Cancer in our world today. Took a series of shots but this one wont be used. Hopefully I will show shots for this project in the near future. Just wanted to put this up because today marked another huge step in finding a cure for Cancer. I LIVE TO HELP FIGHT THIS DISEASE!!!!

comments (22)

Keep up d good work gurl... Share d huge step to pls.
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Babz....every breakthrough in research is a huge step!!!!
interesting portrait..

good luck with your project!

Kayode
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Kayode, appreciate it.
  • Ginnie
  • United States
  • 9 Sep 2008, 00:57
I loved the TV program the other night, Ada: Stand Up to Cancer. There really is hope we'll find a cure soon, even as they found the cure for polio (near to my heart since I'm a polio survivor!). I worked in assisted living for 2 years and really like this diptych. You go, Girl!
Ada Emihe: Thankyou so much Ginnie. I am so happy to hear you watched the program. It was really successful. I pray we find a cure and the whole world can do it together. God bless you Ginnie for sharing your story, I am glad you did.
  • Larry Bliss
  • Raleigh, North Carolina, USA
  • 9 Sep 2008, 01:23
If these two powerful images are any indication, you'll do great things.
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Larry...That is a huge compliment. I pray I do just that.
  • VZ
  • United States
  • 9 Sep 2008, 02:48
If we had more people with such a determination like yours, Ada, the problem would be solved long ago. But finding the cure is just a part of the solution, to eliminate the cause of the disease (polluted air, water, soil...) is the other side of the coin.
Ada Emihe: Yes VZ we still have all those to worry about, but if we find a cure we will have less to worry about. Thank you so much VZ...would like to discuss this issue with you some more. Will send you a message.
  • Kathryn
  • Germany
  • 9 Sep 2008, 03:07
The world needs more people that do instead of expecting others to do. Good for you, Ada!
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Kathryn for your support.
  • sherri
  • United States
  • 9 Sep 2008, 03:57
My Dad died of lung cancer in 1990 and not a day goes by that I don't miss him. These images in the composition you've displayed is touching. Your efforts are commendable.
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Sherri for sharing your experience. I am deeply touched and grateful. I lost my mums sister, my dear God mother and a friend to Cancer. This year a few of my friends lost their parents to Cancer. I miss them all dearly too, but I am confident that this disease will be beat.
Excellent stuff, Ada. My wife did a project on what people take to care homes with them. The overwhelming personal choice was photographs. Through these conversations can be struck up and memories retrieved. She also painted a series of elderly people. They showed them with dignity. This just reminded me of them.
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Chad. Nice of you to share your own experience. I am glad this touched you in some way.
  • zohre
  • United Arab Emirates
  • 9 Sep 2008, 07:56
interesting portrait...good luck with your project!smile
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much zohre.
Keep fighting and working to help fight the disease girl smile
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much S&S
  • Tracy
  • United Kingdom
  • 9 Sep 2008, 09:59
Cancer Research is a great cause Ada. I was at a fund raiser at the weekendsmile
Last year the committee raised 47K through small local events.
You keep up the good worksmile
BTW love the shotssmile
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Tracy. We hope to get positive results. This disease must be dealt with.
  • tim
  • some were in Armley, Leeds:)
  • 9 Sep 2008, 13:56
superb Ada, love the shots and presentation.

Good luck with your project and keep fighting the cause Adasmile
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Tim. God bless you.
well done miss

and keep up the good work with cancer
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Doc. How are you enjoying your break?
These are two wonderful images, the one with the hand is very special. I wish you every success with your project. We have come a long way in the breaking of taboos about cancer but there is still a long way to go.
Ada Emihe: Yes Bill there is still a lot to do, but we have come a long way. One day at a time. Thank you so much Bill
  • deji77
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 10 Sep 2008, 12:56
Good work smile
Love the images on the right: very intimate.
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Deji.
  • Kay
  • United States
  • 11 Sep 2008, 03:27
I applaud your cancer resarch, and your efforts to fight it. Gary (my boyfriend) was in remission from thyroid cancer and we just found out that it's back. In the midst of tests to see how much and what's next.

I equally applaud this picture, Ada. Very lovely tribute and portrait.
Ada Emihe: God bless you Kay. I appreciate your comment and very moved that you would share your story. Just know that I you are both in my thoughts and prayers and there's always a light at the end of the tunnel, no matter the situation.
  • Astrid
  • Netherlands
  • 11 Sep 2008, 05:45
A deep bow for you, for both the picture and your research programm, please keep us informed.
Have a nice day!
Ada Emihe: Deeply humbled Astrid. Thank you so much, will definitely keep you informed.
très beau portrait!
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much objectif-p
This is very moving Ada
Ada Emihe: Thank you much Chris.
Powerful images Ada.
richard
Ada Emihe: Thank you much Richard.
  • E Etomi
  • Nigeria
  • 11 Sep 2008, 10:28
Moving shots, Goodluck Ada.
Ada Emihe: Thank you E
  • terry
  • Nepal
  • 12 Sep 2008, 08:59
all the best, Ada. wish you more strength and wisdom.
Ada Emihe: Thank you so much Terry.

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