Thursday, 26 November 2020
Thursday, 19 November 2020
Sepia Saturday 547 : Saturday 21 November 2020
I realise that you may need to hear from the organ grander rather than his monkey, but - you're stuck with me. And as we get to the letter O in our Sepia Saturday trip through the alphabet, you are stuck with a theme prompt that features an organ grinder and his monkey. Se it's time to search through your photo archives for organs, grinders, monkeys, anything relating to the letter O ... or, let's face it, anything you want to share with the world. Just share your photo in a post, post the post on or around Saturday 21 November 2020 and add a link to the list below.
Whilst you are listening to the merry tune of the organ, you can take a look ahead and see what lies in wake for the next week or two.
Posted by Alan Burnett at 17:30 5 comments:
Thursday, 12 November 2020
Sepia Saturday 546 : 14 November 2020
We are now more than half way through our Sepia Alphabet .... and let us hope that we are now more than half way through the global pandemic that has affected us all for the last nine months. Could there ever be a more suitable time to pay tribute to the nurses that have looked after us so well (our thanks also go to all the other health care and essential workers - it's just that they don't fit into our N category!). So help us celebrate these vital workers by posting a post on or around Saturday 14th November 2020 and adding a link to the list below.
And just to help you get ready for the weeks ahead, look out your organ grinders and your postmen.
Posted by Alan Burnett at 17:32 6 comments:
Thursday, 5 November 2020
Sepia Saturday 545 : 7th November 2020
We have now reached the letter M in our sepia alphabet. M is for money, morning, mist, marmalade and men. M is also for machines and our theme image this week features a girl working on a sewing machine in the Netherlands in the 1920s. So look out your M themed old photographs - or, indeed, any old photographs - and link them to the list below on or around Saturday 7th November 2020. Whilst you are waiting for your new pair of shoes to be finished, take a look at what the next two letters in the sepia alphabet have to offer.
Posted by Alan Burnett at 12:17 6 comments:
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