Monday, October 25, 2010

Photo Number 352

sitting on logs PR

Two ladies..perhaps a mother,  daughter and grandchild sharing a moment. They are sitting on logs.  The wagon in the background has two small children.  There is a sign on the tree but I cannot read it.  This photo is probably from around 1910 from the length of the dresses that the ladies were wearing.

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9 comments:

  1. The two "boys" in the wagon have some strange looking headgear. I find this picture oddly (as in strangely) posed in how the women are sitting - but the grand-daughter has a wonderful smile!

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  2. What a great photo! Any idea where it was taken?

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  3. Judy, No Idea..it could be about anyplace that has Evergreen and Deciduous trees:)

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  4. The lady on the right is wearing what I think is called a touring coat. Longer coats to protect women from the road dirt that became a problem when autos were introduced. I am curious what the object behind her on the log is. A coat? An engine?

    Norkio

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    God Bless You :-)

    ~Ron

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  6. I think this is one of my favourite photos so far, lovely!

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  7. Old Geezer Welcome! Glad to have you aboard! :)
    Norkio..I am not sure what that object is..it looks like the lining of a coat..with two sleeves pulled partially out..or a cover or a case??..maybe it is a cover for the camera?? That is the only thing that makes sense to me..Far Guy and I looked at it a long time..:)

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  8. I've seen several photos like that -- with people staged in the background

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  9. It's really lovely photo!

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