Wednesday, 10 May 2017

Sepia Saturday 367 : 13 May 2017


Bob's Love Affair (Cinema 1915)- New York Public Library


Cinema still images are a wonderful photographic sub-genre. Designed to tempt you into the cinema, they need to set a scene and provide potential cinema-goers with a sample of the drama, the costumes and the stars they will see if only they buy a ticket. Our theme image for this week is a classic example - it is a still from the 1915 film "Bob's Love Affair". You can, of course, interpret the theme as you want - there is love, there are looks, there are hats and canes and there are costumes. Do with them as you will. The only regulation is that we would like you to do it on or around Saturday 13th May 2017 and post a link to your post on the list below.

Whilst we are loading the second reel, why not enjoy an ice cream or some popcorn and take a look at what is being featured next week and the week after.




7 comments:

Mike Brubaker said...

Oh, boy! I get to be first this weekend. I have something melodramatic but not actually musical. But I found some videos to add sound.

La Nightingail said...

Bob should have kept his hat on!

Wendy said...

A man, his coat, and his name

Little Nell said...

I’m behind with my posts and arrived back from my travels too late last Saturday to tempt you with my menus, so I’m posting them this week instead.

Alan Burnett said...

My own journey through twenty images comes together with the Sepia Saturday prompt. Serendipity Saturday.

Barbara Rogers said...

A day late, and off theme, but this is Mothers Day in the US, so I've collected some old photos (thus Sepian) of the mothers in my family, as well as myself and my 3 sons!

Sharon said...

I am back after a long break :)