Our Sepia Saturday theme image this week features a horse and cart and a load of barrels. It dates from the end of the nineteenth century and was taken in Sydney, Australia. As a theme image it conjures up all sorts of photographic opportunities - but let's not put the cart before the horse. Whatever you choose to feature in your Sepia Saturday post, post the post on or around Saturday 26th October 2019 and add a link to the list below. Whilst you are waiting for the cart to be unloaded, take a look at what is around the Sepia Saturday corner:-
Several ideas in this week's prompt pic', but I finally settled on one. :)
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Although having a horse was the mark of a prosperous farm, did the challenges of farm life prompt my third great-grandmother Hannah (Hance) Blakeslee to leave her husband in 1858?
A heavy, but happy, human load feature in my horse photographs.
Another theme which I happen to have a near perfect match. Musical of course.
I've enjoyed reading the posts of others, so here's my strange selection of wagons.
I am imagining that horses were good sports to be pulling such heavy loads.
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