It is Christmas time here on Sepia Saturday and, as usual, we are having a Sepia Season by having just one call for the entire Christmas and New Year Season. So you can post your contributions to Sepia Saturday 157 at your leisure and add a link to the list below when you get a few minutes between eating the mince pies and pulling the Christmas crackers. You could even join in the singing with Santa Claus on this tram in Stockholm in 1950, or you could give us your own take on Christmas based on your old photographs, or ignore any pretext of a theme and just share a fascinating old photograph. Just post your post, link your link, and have a wonderful Christmas. The normal Sepia Saturday will return on Saturday 5th January and here is a quick preview of our next two theme images.
Before I go, I would like to wish all Sepia Saturday followers and participants a most happy Christmas and wonderful New Year. In particular, can I take this opportunity to thank the two people who have helped me so much in keeping the Sepia Calls coming each week by taking over the reins when I have been away : Marilyn Brindley (Little Nell) and Kat Mortensen. I know many of us have had Marilyn in our thoughts over recent weeks as she has had to cope with the loss of both her father and her sister-in-law. Marilyn e-mailed me the other day and asked me to pass on her thanks to all her Sepia Saturday friends for their support in this difficult time and to say that she will be posting again in the new year.
Over the years, Sepia Saturday has become a wonderful supportive community, one which I am very proud to be a member of. Thank you all for making it so, have a splendid Christmas and New Year.Alan