Sepia Saturday theme. And as usual we can take from it what we chose.
The photo is a fix of the photo on the left with a close up of a window on the right. One photo made into two. made into one, as it were.
We will never know why the young man is standing on the window sill.
Hope it was for good reason.
While I have been off with eye surgery (which is going great!) I have started sorting old family photos so that I can scan and save them all and make disc copies for all the family.
As you can see it will be a timely process.
As with all ventures of this nature we are left with some unanswered questions about some of the photos.
The pile below the key board is my pile so far of unknown family photos.
Mom, in her 90's was able to remember most, but we are still left with a few we do not know.
Both of these were probably taken in Selby, Yorkshire in the mid fifties.
Some sort of celebration or parade.
The only reason I would suggest Selby is because it was a ship yard town and in the lower photo one of the businesses is a Ships Chandler.
My Grandfather and an Uncle both worked at the ship yard, 'Cochran and Sons'.
I don't know if any relatives are in either photo.