|The Who, When and Where of this are three very important questions.|
We have Sharon from "Save The Photos" blog to thank for this week's theme.
Below is the photo Alan selected and it sets off a flexible-theme ..... headlines aided by the resilient chap (Claude Rains)seated on a remarkably designed chair, that "Bob" another fellow Sepia Blogger located one as well! So many venues to follow.....
Any guesses as to what he may be pointing out?
Fade - In - My Sepia Saturday involves................
An unknown act ........
by unknown characters.
If you look closely, everyone on stage was focused on this one man (third from the left) He is the only person looking into the audience. But why? Go ahead look at the photo above....all eyes are on him......
Read aloud, though alone, and read articulately and distinctly, as if you were reading in public and on the most important occasion. Never speak quickly, till you have first learned to speak well. – Lord Chesterfield (1694-1773). On developing one’s oratorical skills, letter to his son,
9 July 1750.
Another question I have is in this photo below.
|Is this a large letter "A"? Or just an angle of sorts decorating the top of the fireplace? Perhaps it's some sort of meaning for the play that was performed here?|
Does anyone have any ideas? Please share if you do......
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Life- is made up of at least 52 Saturdays every year..... even during leap year! How many do you fondly.....remember?
Although, the years where January 1 is a Friday there will be 53 weekends.