Tuesday, 9 January 2018

Sepia Saturday 401 : 13 January 2018


SEPIA SATURDAY 401 : 13 January 2018
BRIDGES : BUSY SCENES : TRAMS : TRANSPORT : STREETS

Our prompt this week comes from our January Archive of Choice - the National Library of Ireland. It shows us a busy scene from Dublin at the beginning of the twentieth century, complete with almost every form of transport you can imagine. All you need do is to decide how you want to travel and then post your post on or around Saturday 13th January 2018 and add a link to the list below.

Whilst you are waiting for the tram, or the horse and cart, or the cab, or your bike; why not take a look at what other themes are just around the corner.




Wednesday, 3 January 2018

Sepia Saturday Prompt Images : February 2018

Our four Sepia Saturday themes for February 2018 are taken from the Flickr Commons stream of The State Library Of Queensland. As always, you are free to interpret the themes as you wish, but you may  find the following suggestions useful:


SEPIA SATURDAY 404 : Saturday 3 February 2018
DANCE : PERFORMANCE : COSTUMES : STAGE


SEPIA SATURDAY 405 : Saturday 10 February 2018
COUPLES : TEA : HUSBAND & WIFE : BEARDS


SEPIA SATURDAY 406 : Saturday 17 February 2018
SWIMMING : WATER : STANDING AROUND : HANGING AROUND


SEPIA SATURDAY 407 : Saturday 24 February 2018
DOGS : BICYCLES : CIRCLES PATTERNS

Sepia Saturday 400 : 6 January 2018


SEPIA SATURDAY 400 : 6 January 2018
FAMILY GROUPS : LINES OF CHILDREN : HATS : HEIGHTS

It is time to get your ducks in a row, time to get the family out onto the parade ground, time to get ahead by getting a hat, and a time to reach new heights; as Sepia Saturday enters its eightieth year (or something like that). Our theme image this week - like all the theme images for January - comes from the Flickr Commons collection of the National Library of Ireland and features a 1914 photograph of the Mote Family. Interpret the prompt as you wish, just add an image and a description and post it on or around Saturday 6th January and add a link to the list below.

Here are the next couple of prompt images (the full set of January prompts can be found HERE), and the prompts for February will be published shortly