Tuesday, 14 March 2017

Sepia Saturday 359 : Saturday 18th March 2017


Look in a mirror and who knows what you will see. If you are lucky you might see the late, great Louis Armstrong. And if that is not enough of a theme prompt, look more carefully and you might see "trees of green, red roses too, you might see them bloom, for me and you". Whatever theme you decide to go with, go with it on or about Saturday 18th March 2017 and then add a link to the list below.

But before you do, here is a quick reminder of what lies ahead on Sepia Saturday.



Let us return to Louis Armstrong to sign us off this week -

There's sepia in the rainbow, so pretty in the sky
There's sepia in the faces of people going by
I see friends posting posts for all to view
It's what all Sepians love to do.



10 comments:

Little Nell said...

Leapfrogging through a theatre’s history.

La Nightingail said...

Reflections of one sort and another.

ScotSue said...

There is a glimpse of photographs above the mirror in the prompt photograph of 1948 , so my theme this week is Family Snapshots from around the 1940's.

tony said...

Hi Guy's .I hope you dont think my post too morbid.
It's done with a serious intent.

Helen Killeen Bauch McHargue said...

Reflection photos are always interesting. I wish I had more in my family photo box.

Helen Killeen Bauch McHargue said...

I re-posted another reflections prompt that I enjoyed writing.

Barbara Rogers said...

Completely off the topic...just chasing some ancestors through Ireland to Scotland, I think.

Barbara Rogers said...

I did comment earlier, but it seems to have disappeared. Only reflecting I did was mental, but I did work a lot on ancestors this week, so you get their history rather than any sepia photos. Sorry.

Mike Brubaker said...

I recognized the face in the mirror instantly. It was the perfect theme for a story about another cornet player, but one from a different time and place. It's a long detective story but one I trust everyone will enjoy. It's also a story I've wanted to tell for quite a while, so thank you, Marilyn/Alan for choosing this image for this weekend's inspiration.

Jo Featherston said...

Inspiration was lacking once again, but now I've used one of Louis Armstrong's most well-known songs to segue on to my subject this week,