Wordless Wednesday: A Picture in Time

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31 comments on “Wordless Wednesday: A Picture in Time

  1. Sweet picture. The teddy bear is cute too.

  2. I adore old photos, they tell such stories!
    Have a great week!


  3. that is fabulous!! I love old pictures too 🙂

  4. There is something so special about old photos

  5. Love it! 🙂

  6. Those pics are so neat! But, they never look happy…

  7. Beautiful photo, can’t help but wonder if those woolens were hand knitted (with love 🙂

  8. wow… love the old photo
    do you know when it was taken?

  9. I love old photos – this is beautiful.

  10. That is a priceless pictures…love old pictures. Love the teddy bear!!

  11. MageeMommy on said:

    What a cool picture! Wish it wasn’t wordless. 🙂 Who is it of?

  12. What an amazing piece of history!

  13. I LOVE that picture.

  14. What a great picture, and so good of you to share it with us too1

  15. These old family photos are just priceless.

  16. What a great photo, I love the old ones! Such a nice shot 🙂

  17. I have been wanting to buy a device to scan old negatives to digital pictures. How awesome would be to have those old pictures readily available

  18. That is priceless!

  19. I love old photos. 🙂 Very charming. Where was this taken?

    • Mahala on said:

      ahh, now that, I don’t know. My guess would be Kent, which is where my father grew up, but this was taken about 7 years before Dad was born.

  20. Aww! What a nice old picture!

  21. What an awesome picture.

  22. Love the old photo… My photos of my parents when they were young are my very favorites… Photos with meaning… gotta love it! Have a beautiful day! xoxo Kim

  23. I love old photos

  24. I love old photos! My father in law has a set from his parents on his wall, from about the 1920’s. Amazing history in a frame.

    Shasher’s Life

  25. very cool vintage picture do you know the models? Come over and see what I shared at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

  26. Oh I love old pictures!

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