You've got to laugh, haven't you? Hopefully, somewhere amongst your photographic archives, you will have a picture of somebody laughing, The chances are, that it won't be an early photograph: the Victorians and Edwardians weren't all that keen on laughter, and, anyway, the primitive cameras demanded set features. By the time we get to the 1920s and 1930s, photography had come away from the formal studio and inhibitions had been cast aside. So for Sepia Saturday 664, we are asking you to give us pictures of either people laughing, or possibly, pictures that will make us all laugh. Just post your posts on or around Saturday 18th March 2023 and add a link to the list below. And then have a look at what is to come - that will have you laughing on the other side of your face!
My father laughing as he and my mother are dressed to go out for the evening.
For this theme I will offer a rare photo of musicians with mirthful expressions. It involves saxophones so what can I say? Apparently quite a lot, but it's all history in good fun.
I am remiss to post anything, but here is my puny contribution.
Smiling in happiness - lovely family memories
Not participating this weekend because "things" got in the way (crashed phone, and I'm not laughing trying to sort out getting a new one...)
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