It has been a while since I participated in Sepia Saturday. I seem to have already used photos that would go with the present prompts, in previous posts. However, when I saw that Sepia Saturday had been active for 500 weeks, I thought I would post some of the photos I shared in the past that matched the posts shown in the prompt collage at the bottom of this page. I got the idea after reading Peter’s blog.
Subject and Photographer – My Father Takes My Photograph and appears in the mirror.
Groups of Students My father and his eighth grade graduating class.
Love and Marriage Gladys Helen Cleage and Eddie Warren Evans Wed.
The Missing Posts Warren Evans on a Tractor and Henry Cleage in court.
Looking Over The Fence – My grandmother Pearl Reed Cleage looking over the fence.
Hugh Fishing at the Meadows – My uncle Hugh Cleage catching big fish with a basic pole.
The Midget Band – My grandmother Fannie Turner Graham’s first cousin & her family band.
Siblings -My mother Doris and her sister Mary V and brother Howard at Belle Isle.
12 thoughts on “Sepia Saturday 500”
Bravo Kristin! Your collage isAce !
Bestest Wishes for 2020 My Friend X
Thanks Tony!. Best wishes for 2020 to you to. I think we are going to need all the good wishes we can get!
Thanks for the inspiration.
Happy 2020 and more writing and family history.
Happy 2020 and thank you for visiting and commenting so often.
I love old photos – real nostalgia fix!
A very happy new year 2020 to you, Kristin.
It is evident that you have an impressive track record on Sepia Saturday!
Thank you for mentioning my blog about SS500. I gives me great pleasure that I have been able to inspire you.
I miss those olden days of Sepia Saturday.
Happy new year, my friend! May 2020 bring blessings to you and your beautiful family!
Happy New Year! I hope some way this years makes a turn for the better. Lately I’ve been checking blogs on my phone and yours is so tiny, I read it in my reader, but I can’t see to leave comments! I keep meaning to read on the computer and today I did.
The collage is wonderful. It’s fun to see (and in some case re-see) these pictures. Happy new year!
Happy New Year to you to Sheryl! It was fun to look back for me too.
What a great idea! I remember some of these from your past blogs. Looking forward to more.
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