Wednesday, 20 October 2010

Sepia Saturday Week 46


This week's photograph is a Cabinet Card from the studio of W M Phillips of Oxford Street, Southampton. I have no information on the subject of the portrait, but the studio neatly fits in with my travels. By the time Sepia Saturday 46 comes around (Saturday 23 October) I will have already passed through Southampton on my way to join the ship that will take me across the Atlantic. Whichever side of the Atlantic you come from you are invited to join in with Sepia Saturday 46. Just post a post, link a link and enjoy.

11 comments:

The Silver Fox said...

Posted very early! Busy week for me, and October 20th ties directly into the post anyway.

CrazyasaCoolFox said...

I'm posting early again. Busy weekend ahead here in Salem.

Jinksy said...

Early bird here as well, and I do believe Mr Linky will take you to the right place for once!

Marilyn said...

My entry is in now.

www.dakotaboo.com said...

Hope all's weel on your voyage Alan. I've just uploaded my Sepia Saturday posting for this week, a couple of vintage 35mm photography magazine covers from the 1960's.

daylily (Queenmothermamaw) said...

You have done a clever little bit of posting for your trip. Wish you safe and fun trip and enjoy.
Blessings.
QMM

Joan said...

A quick entry on a busy Labour Day weekend in NZ. Last week it was Gus Hartner's school bus..this week it is his truck .. a stuck truck!

TICKLEBEAR said...

postcards are on the menu for me this week. enjoy!!
:)~
HUGZ

Tattered and Lost said...

Ahhhhhh, a cruise across the Atlantic. Sounds romantic. My entry this week is brimming with romance as a couple sets out on their own journey.

Your Genetic Genealogist said...

Hope you are enjoying your trip, Alan! Thank you for keeping the blog going while you were away. I have posted a photo of a boy and his dog today - a cute photo with a sad story. Thanks to everyone for all of the great comments this month!
CeCe

sEAN bENTLEY said...

After a respite, the next chapter in the Blumenfeld odyssey! Bon voyage, Alan!