Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Sepia Saturday Week 47


This sepia photograph comes from a Victorian Cabinet Card and is of an unknown group. It comes from the studio of William Salmon in London Street, Reading and I guess dates from the last decade of the nineteenth century. It announces Sepia Saturday 47 which will take place on or around Saturday 30th October 2010. Whether you picture is of a group or an individual, in sepia or in full colour, of an unknown or of a favourite aunt - just post it, link it and let other Sepia Saturday enthusiasts from around the world enjoy it.

17 comments:

Crystal Mary said...

How beautiful Alan!!Unsusual to see the little boy with his face close to his mother. Mostly these old type photos are more formal with no show of affection.

www.dakotaboo.com said...

I am so early this week I'm probably closer to being slightly late for last week. Anyway, my posting this week shows a snippet of life at a London Market, 100 years ago.

Alan Burnett said...

Well the advanced posting seems to have worked. Greetings to you all from the middle of the Atlantic : AB

Jinksy said...

If Mr Linky doesn't work, ths might! HERE

CrazyasaCoolFox said...

oops I just posted next weeks post. I'll post this weeks too. Twice the reading for you guys!:)

tony said...

Im in!

paula said...

These are so much fun to do -- I'll have to squeeze one in more often!

daylily (Queenmothermamaw) said...

It is indeed a lovely picture. Some folks that were truly loved.
QMM

sEAN bENTLEY said...

This week's Blumenfeld Saga chapter winging its way across the Atlantic...

TICKLEBEAR said...

DONE!!!
:)~
HUGZ

Tattered and Lost said...

Though I can't participate fully I did want to pass along an image. I hope to be back up and running with a week or two.

Kristin said...

i just found this site. since i love photos and writing about them i'm joining. now to find today's photo!

L. D. Burgus said...

Too many photos, too little time. When the snow starts to fly I will be stuck inside and maybe I can get a little bit more organized.

MuseSwings said...

What a sweet photo! Smiles and affection. I've dug through the photos and found something perfect for Halloween!

Cheri Daniels said...

How about a little spooky to celebrate the weekend fun?

tony said...

Sorry I posted 2 links by mistake .Ignore the 2nd one ("tony zimnoch") as its a link to a previous Sepia Saturday post.

TCasteel said...

A truly lovely family photo.