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Deb Gould
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ROW, ROW, ROW YOUR BOAT...
…gently down the
stream. Or not. This isn’t a stream. This is Linnekin Bay,
East Boothbay, Maine in the summer of 1900 or so, and the two boys in the
dinghy are my great uncles. I think it’s Richard and Allen, although I can’t be
sure—they all look pretty m...
…gently down the stream. Or not. This isn’t a stream. This is Linnekin Bay, East Boothbay, Maine in the summer of 1900 or so, and the two boys in the dinghy are my great uncles. I think it’s Richard and Allen, alt...
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THE GANG...
More than one hundred
years ago, The Gang assembled for a group shot on the public dock in East
Boothbay, Maine; they all summered in cottages strung along the shores of Murray
Hill overlooking Linekin Bay, all learned to swim in those freezing waters, all
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More than one hundred years ago, The Gang assembled for a group shot on the public dock in East Boothbay, Maine; they all summered in cottages strung along the shores of Murray Hill overlooking Linekin Bay, all learned to swi...
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Wowser! A Roomful of Remingtons!
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Interesting to me that, regardless of country, shepherd shots are so similar! One of those unifying occupations, I guess, that united people all over the world.
This week's Sepia Saturday image is of a shepherd, photographed by Joseph Gale in the 1890s. The title of the photograph, Ninety and Nine, refers to the Parable of the Lost Sheep told in both Luke 15: 3-7 and Matthew 18:12-14...
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BY HOOK OR BY CROOK...
That’s the first
thing I thought of when I saw this lovely old shepherd cradling one of his
lambs…and although I knew that “by hook or by crook” means “by any way
possible,” I had no idea what shepherds actually used crooks for; a crook
looked like a pretty...
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I suppose your father could have barricaded himself in the cellar or something! But you're right -- if you hold it at home, it's hard to be absent!
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And what was the horse doing there? Part of the show, or a photobomb?
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Never went there, Doug! I'll have to prowl around on my next trip down through the area!
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OVERSHOT...UNDERSHOT
Stream, gristmill, undershot
(or overshot) waterwheel…it’s a standard here in New England; has been fodder
for painters and photographers—even poets and lyricists—for more than a
century. This postcard was
mailed in Athens, Maine on September 16, 1914: Hell...
Stream, gristmill, undershot (or overshot) waterwheel…it’s a standard here in New England; has been fodder for painters and photographers—even poets and lyricists—for more than a century. This ...
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A CASE OF BODONI...
One of my favorite possessions
is a lovely  compartmen-talized tray from a newspaper printer’s type cabinet;
each tray is a single wooden drawer from a chest that held a variety of
typefaces in a variety of sizes used to set type for both news copy and
adve...
One of my favorite possessions is a lovely compartmen-talized tray from a newspaper printer’s type cabinet; each tray is a single wooden drawer from a chest that held a variety of typefaces in a variety of sizes used to set ...
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That's the oldest joke shot I've seen...I've got one of a giant potato on a flatbed trailer; giant rabbits with saddles on them, a carrot being pulled from the ground by a crane...but this beaver is an old one!
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Thanks +Deb Gould and thanks for the share. I thought this shot was hilarious too. lol
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CONTACT SHEET...
Remember SLR cameras? Film? Negatives? And remember contact sheets?           Seems like light years
ago, but I still have a few buried in a cardboard box in my upstairs closet;
this is a four-shot strip from a contact sheet made nearly fifty years ago. I a...
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Liz Stratton's profile photo
Diane Bohlen's profile photo
William Welbourne's profile photo
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Novelist, blogger, lover of social history and most things antique (especially oak furniture, photos, autograph books, other ephemera); gardener, reader...Red Sox (Red Flops this year) fan!

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