Monday, 19 December 2011

Sepia Saturday 106 : Christmas / New Year 2011


It is Open House on Sepia Saturday over Christmas and New Year : Sepia Season rather than Sepia Saturday. Just post your posts whenever you have the time and add your link to the Linky List. Post as many seasonal offerings as you want and keep calling back to check on what everyone else is posting. If you want a theme you can dissect the above 1945 image by the American photographer Nickolas Muray which is brought to you courtesy of the George Eastman House Collection on Flickr Commons.

The more normal Sepia Saturday (Sepia Saturday 107) will return on Saturday January 7th 2012. In the meantime may I take this opportunity to wish all my many Sepia Saturday friends throughout the world a wonderfully enjoyable Christmas and a peaceful and prosperous New Year.
Alan


32 comments:

Bob Scotney said...

They say you should post early for Christmas so I have!

Steph said...

I've already set up three posts for the Christmas period, so they should pop up in the next few days! This is my favourite time of year and I've been lucky enough to find Christmas pics for the site- I hope I get more!

Kristin said...

Part 3 of Christmas letter from my father home in 1944.

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Marilyn said...

Happy Christmas and Holiday Season to you all.

Little Nell said...

I’ve been asked by Bob Scotney to let everyone know that he has got problems with his blogger account, which means he is unable to comment on others’ posts. WIth luck he will be back with us soon.

Bob Scotney said...

I'm back in business with and apology from the Google team but no reason why my blog was removed.

Kristin said...

Glad you're back Bob! I just had problems with my new WordPress act. It's still there but I can't get in to do anything. So I've got my own domain and my own name and I have all my old and new posts there at the second link above which takes you to http://findingeliza.com/

Liz Stratton said...

Blogger problems everywhere! For my post I bring you tales of bomb squads and last minute deliveries! Merry Christmas everyone!

www.dakotaboo.com said...

Happy Christmas everyone ... suffering from man-flu this week, so my blog post is short but hopefully sweet.

Linda said...

The anticipation of Christmas brings out the child in all of us, I think. A very merry to you all!

savethephotos said...

Merry Christmas, no theme, just a quick pop through in my travels and wanted to get something up. See you all next year!

Doug Peabody said...

The bell has rung on my post. May you have an angelic Christmas.

tony said...

HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVERYBODY!

TICKLEBEAR said...

My first of two posts for the holidays, and I'm right on cue with the theme, I think...

Happy Holidays Everyone!!
:)~
HUGZ

Tattered and Lost said...

Hoping all make wonderful holiday memories.

Kristin said...

Another Christmas letter home. this time from my mother. on my NEW BLOG! This one is my very own, independent, blog. Wishing everybody a Merry Christmas!

Wibbo said...

Merry Christmas :o)

Pat transplanted to MN said...

I still will nto be posting a Sepia, time is all consuming right now.....BUT a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and a Joyous Holiday to all my Sepia friends...far and wide and near and far.

whowerethey said...

I have a homey holiday photo, Merry Christmas to everyone!!

Howard said...

Merry Christmas from the postcards then and now blog

MuseSwings said...

A happy New Year - then and now!

Doug Peabody said...

Best Wishes for the new year everyone!

Little Nell said...

Phew! Just caught the last post!

Karen S. said...

Happy New Year - Everyone! I miss last week's Christmas posting...but I'm ringing in the New Year here....! ;)

Kristin said...

Happy New Year to all! A New Year eve letter home to Detroit from Los Angeles in 1944 by my father.

TICKLEBEAR said...

And here is my promised short[!!!] post
for New Year!!
To those who will visit,
and the others as well...
Happy New Year!!
May it be a good one for you!!
:)~
HUGZ

Bob Scotney said...

Happy New Year everyone.

Mike Brubaker said...

My very best wishes for the new year to you, Alan, and to all of the Sepia Saturday friends too. Cheers!

imagespast said...

Went my own way this time with Scottish Hogmanay traditions - some a bit odd, but odd is good. May you all have a wonderful 2012 with peace, joy and happiness. And brilliant blog posts, as usual. Onwards and upwards :-) Jo

Tattered and Lost said...

Happy New Year to all.

My post...a rather shadowy corner of a party. People unknown.

Anonymous said...

It's been quite awhile since I was on SepiaSaturday, really missed it----hope this works, Rosie.