Tuesday, 28 June 2016

Sepia Saturday 337 : 2 July 2016


Marilyn and I take it in turns to choose the Sepia Saturday theme images - each of us doing a three month shift in turn. Sepia Saturday 337 marks the change of watch - and it also marks the end of our theme within an alphabet theme. For the next three months I will be taking the theme images from the images submitted to the Sepia Saturday Flickr Group - and my thanks to those Sepians who have added images to that Group. If you haven't added any and would like to do so, there is still time - I will wait another week before deciding on the theme images for September. If you add images you will need to allow the images to be used in the public domain and also it will help if you add a few words of description or explanation.

The first theme image in this set is one from my own collection and more information can be found in its Flickr Group entry. As always you can take the theme image in any direction you like - by now you all know what to do - all you need is to submit a post on or around Saturday 2 July and add a link to the list below. And here is a quick preview of the next two Sepia Saturday theme images.


One further change - which is in the way of an experiment - is that rather than a separate small header, I have provided a smaller version of the main header. This makes things easier on the production side, but if it causes you any significant problems or heartache, just let me know and I will change things back again. All I want is for you all to be merry, just like Mr Ashwood and his group of players.







15 comments:

Dee said...

It's been a while since I posted, but I have followed the posts of others.

Dee
dee-burris.dreamwidth.org

ScotSue said...

Quick off the mark this week, with tales of dressing up.

ScotSue said...

With apologies -ignore my first entry which relates to an earlier Sepia Saturday posting. Sue.

Helen Killeen Bauch McHargue said...

I didn't have a thing to match the prompt so I had a great time on Youtube.

La Nightingail said...

Several musical groups featured, plus a couple of surprising memories.

Little Nell said...

Not in the mood for merrymaking ths week. I’m paying homage to those who fell one hundred years ago.

Barbara Rogers said...

Another chapter in my research into Willis TX, where my grandfather was born.

Jo Featherston said...

No merrymaking from me either, just a group photograph taken on a return to an ancestral home

Doug Vernx said...

I have 4 rather well dressed individuals on my blog. I site for sore eyes!

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Mike Brubaker said...

This was easy. My archives are filled with images of sax and violins.

Jodi Lynn Strait said...

That merrymaker in front is a bit suspicious…. My take on Troupes for the week.

Cassmob (Pauleen) said...

My approach this week is rather off the wall.

Alan Burnett said...

Whoops! A little late.

Titania Staeheli said...

Mesmerized.