Keep your inner child alive for as long as you can.
Alan's theme photo brings playful children turning every which way on a railing. Strangely enough, rails and children playing on them have been quite common for years. The photo below is from the Library of Congress and listed as "A very important picture." But what makes it so important?
Taken on October 27, 1938 the photographer had been taking pictures of very important people that had been conferring with President Roosevelt all day, and on his way back from the laboratory, he saw these girls and asked the photographer to take their picture.
The White House is in the background and the girls are, Patricia Freeman and Frances Grove.
I believe the most important thing about Sepia Saturday, is how it continues to teach me.
I stumbled across this interesting blog that you may enjoy as well.
The Great Wen
a London Blog
RAILINGS AREN'T ALWAYS JUST FOR FUN
I'm pretty sure most of you have seen this familiar photo right?
What time is it?
For years these 11 iron workers have been mostly a mystery.
Discover more about them at this link.
If you really look into Alan's photo you'll notice there's so much more going on beyond the railing and children being silly.
Just look through the next few photos and you'll see what I mean.
Father and son, a walk in the park.
“This life is for loving, sharing, learning, smiling, caring, forgiving, laughing, hugging, helping, dancing, wondering, healing, and even more loving." - Steve Maraboli
Take some precious people time this weekend and just smell the roses and play like a child.
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