I do this to help others because I feel the loss myself of my missing loved ones and it depresses me: When I see a family or group looking to take a group photo in front of at an attraction or in a moment of joy. I offer to take the photo and do so as expertly as possible, as I am an experienced photographer, so all can be in it and not one person left out having to take it. When the family or group look at that photo and remember the event and feelings, they can remember ALL who were there. For me I get the satisfaction that whenever they lovingly or longingly look at that photo on the mantle or wall that I was able to be a part of that memorable group family picture and they do not have to look for the missing member who had to be excluded to take the photo. People are very happy that I offer and do trust me with the camera. It helps that I am large and cannot run away with the camera without being easily caught. -- I love your commercials many of them make me cry in joy to the best of humanity.
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