Thursday, 4 June 2020

Sepia Saturday 523 : 6 June 2020


A wise man once said, "An image is a window to the soul" Well, OK, this is a bit of false news as it wasn't a wise man, it was me, and I only said it to myself a couple of minutes ago when I was trying to work out how to start this Sepia Saturday call. So we are looking into windows this week on Sepia Saturday: either at them or through them. Get out your old photos, copy them, write about them, blog them - whether you use a Mac or Windows. Once you have posted your post, add a link to the list below.

Whilst you are gazing out of the window, thinking what to do this week, you might want to consider what the next couple of theme image will be. Here they are.







12 comments:

La Nightingail said...

The house in which I grew up had one of those very poseable windows.

ScotSue said...

Framed in time - people and places.

Molly's Canopy said...

A window into the 1918 influenza pandemic through the life of my Dad's Uncle Albert.

Barbara Rogers said...

Posing for photos...some grands and one sepia photo.

JMP183 said...

I call this week's photo post "Someone Needs to Keep an Eye on Things." I think it's pretty self-explanatory. What do you think?

Wendy said...

My Aunt Lillie Killeen - posed by a window

Mike Brubaker said...

I've had to fall back again on my collection of Austrian artists' postcards. Two thirds = windows, one third = musical.

Cassmob (Pauleen) said...

Oral history led to meeting my cousin and exploring our family history.

Alex Daw said...

This is a very rambling post so you will need a cup of tea, a large biscuit or two and a good lie down afterwards. The older I get the slower I blog. My humble apologies.

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Sandra Williamson said...

Leaning out windows can be very dangerous.

virginiaallain said...

I love taking photos of windows but apparently, my relatives in the black and white film era did not. Finally, found some.