We have Sepian Wendy Mathias to thank for our theme image this week. It is from a series of images showing the areas in Sydney affected by the outbreak of Bubonic Plague in 1900. Wendy suggests fences, back yards or bubonic plague as possible theme suggestions, but, as usual, the choice is yours. All you need to do is to find an old image - whether it is linked to the theme image or not - say a few words about it, post your post on your blog on or around Saturday 8 March 2014, and then add a link to the list below. And if the search for a matching image leaves you pulling your hair out, you can always get your revenge on Wendy and the rest of us by suggesting a theme image yourself. Just drop me an e-mail with a link to the image you want to suggest (please make sure the image is either one of your own or a copyright free one).
Before you fence yourself in with potential images for Sepia Saturday 218, here is a quick preview of what is to come in the next couple of weeks.
Sepia Saturday 219 - 15 March : Domes, ceilings, arches, significant buildings (Again with thanks to Wendy Mathias)
Sepia Saturday 220 - 22 March : Statues and monuments feature in this theme suggestion from Postcardy and there are chairs and flags there as well.
But now, back to this week. Back in your own back yard. Back to the Sepia Past.