A new month, a new inn, a new Sepia Saturday challenge. Our theme image this week comes from the collection of the National Media Museum and it is an early (1880) print of the main street in the Cornish fishing village of Clovelly. There are all sorts of themes to play with - streets, donkeys and even inns, hotels, pubs and all manner of such glorious venues. All you need to do is to post your post on or around Saturday 2nd April 2016 and then add a link to the list below.
And whilst you sit down and enjoy a glass of best stout, why not have a ponder about what sepia delights await you in the coming weeks.
But now it is "time, ladies and gentlemen please"; - time for Sepia Saturday 324
Great Grandpa's Beer wagon.
This week's prompt picture is full of my favorite kind of window!
On the road in India.
Donkeys, Devon cream and a sunny Easter day this week, from my postcard collection.
Going on adventure down the road into Huntsville TX buildings and ancestors
Linking the picture to smugglers.
A on winding road to a hospice.
Hotel holidays for me this week.
What happens in the Cinque Terre stays in the Cinque Terre.
I've got suited up Italian American's on Donkeys and Sweet children enduring visits with creepy santas, all to sit on the precious ponies.... :)
Off the theme this weekend, with instead part 2 of my story of Hungarian Boys Bands.
An ACTUAL visit to Clovelly!
I would forget my own head if it wasn't in a suitcase under the bed. Thanks Marilyn for reminding me to link to Mr Linky.
Don't fence me in!
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