Let's take a long look at where we have been over the last six months. To do that we will need a good zoom lens, and luckily enough, along comes the Antarctic explorer Herbert George Ponting with his telephoto apparatus. And what we discover is that the Sepia Saturday alphabet has reached the end of the road - so here we are at the letter Z. You can go to the zoo or zip up your trousers, zap the alien invader or take a trip around the zodiac. The choose, as always, is yours - whatever you decide upon, post it in a post, post the post on or around Saturday 20th February, and post a link to the list below.
After letters where can we go other than to numbers. So far we have a four and a two - who knows where this sum might take us.
90 years of snowy tales, from misery to fun to beauty.
So what were those furry fashions they wore to the poles?
Z is for Zeroing In on my Stoutner ancestors in the 1870 census.
This tiny photo fell from the very back of an old album and I had to zoom right in upon it to see it more clearly.
A family of kids whose names start with Z.
Z is for "Zooming in on the tulips" ... flowers for me associated with my mother's birthday, which was February 20th... :)
Thanks for inspiring me to take a trip to zoos of the 19th century.
I have lots and lots of Zs. For a change not musical but aeronautical.
Not the week I expected, so not the post I expected either.
Mrs. Grizzell Sylvester...had some "z"s to her name. Or maybe just "s"s. I like these early settleres to New York colony.
From Tightrope Walker to Photographer Zooming in for a moment into the interesting life of Richard Ellis from Malta
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