THE MACCA’S:

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  1. Ishie says:

    Anytime I see photos of Paul & his family, I can’t help but think (amidst all of the fame & adulation) that this was the happiest & most fulfilling time of his life. He was/is a family man & the life that he & Linda created was warm & secure.
    God bless!

  2. Nick says:

    Got her new book last week. Loving it a lot!

  3. MarkC says:

    First photo of Paul playing sitar?

  4. Leah says:

    These are so adorable! Now this is a model family.

    The one of Mary with the headphones is soo cute.

  5. Leah says:

    MarkC .. am I wrong in remembering a photo of George ‘teaching’ Paul the sitar? I could be 2093 times wrong.

  6. Leah says:

    Should have probably looked it up before commenting..

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2553/3996615438_1ccb63face.jpg

  7. d- says:

    That last shot of Paul and the kids on the fence is gorgeous. As I saw someone say on another site, that photo just radiates joy. Even if Paul wasn’t famous all over the world, you could look at that photo and see how Linda captures a moment of pure carefree happiness.

    Can’t wait to get Linda’s new book.

  8. MarkC says:

    I’d never seen that one of George teaching Paul

  9. Jema says:

    I always think the pictures of Paul with the family are always so cute!Mary’s so cute!!

  10. Aeolian Cadence says:

    There’s a lovely interview from The Times Magazine here: http://www.taschen.com/media/downloads/clipping_2011_04_16_times_magazine_mccartney_1104201152_id_424702.pdf The last photo here is the cover shot; headline: “The Best Years of My Life.”

  11. bibi says:

    These are wonderful! Luv that photo of Paul on the fence with the kids and how terrific is that stoner face while he’s plunking on the sitar! Great stuff, thank you Tammy!

  12. Aeolian Cadence says:

    I keep coming back to that last photo. It makes me so happy. I think about how, five or six years earlier, Paul was a virtual prisoner, and now there he is, out in the wide open countryside, so free, holding his baby daughter, with his hands (and his other daughter’s feet) covered in dirt and Martha at their side. Ahhh, just so lovely.

  13. BLJ says:

    I must say Linda took really great pictures. I just love the pictures of her family.

  14. Maddie says:

    MOON BOOTS. I love these pictures.

  15. Jan's camera says:

    The last photo of Paul and the kids on the fence in Scotland is so heartwarming. The photos from Scotland are my favorites. They had such a lovely family.

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