Oops, accident foils the evening brew!
Oh too bad for the men hauling moonshine, as this officer stands guard over all these crates of illegal beverages, on November 16, 1922.
Yes, it's Sepia Saturday moments again and Alan (from Sepia Saturday blog) has us moving along with well, running or
as Alan's theme photo features " Police running race."
Like this New York City Policeman standing in his full length coat, which in my opinion, isn't as interesting as the train running next to the building.
Or we could select the running of
Courtesy of 1916 Parade
vehicles, like this White Truck which is also pulling an airplane while its engine is running as well, all for the enjoyment of some parade, in a large city, that the photographer forgot to submit where.
But also besides running we could include games....
Games in which I find trained dogs and monkeys playing the game of running a dog and monkey hotel on stage to be quite playful.
Possibly a little monkeyshine!
But what is the most important bottom line to this week's theme?
Putting all this monkey business of running and games and such behind us, here are some people who may never see the inside of a theater or watch a baseball game, or foot race in person.
People building families.....
Just going about their own special day.......in a life very important to them.
and to those they touch.
....and everyday playing music.
The world will keep revolving everyday. Often the lives we lead never go beyond our own backyards. But that doesn't make them any less important.
Strangers are friends you have yet to meet.
"We sometimes encounter people, even perfect strangers, who begin to interest us at first sight, somehow suddenly, all at once, before a word has been spoken." - Fydor Dostoevsky
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