Capturing the world in wonderful sepia.
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Started by Lew Chapman. Last reply by Kantilal Doobal TOURIST GUIDE Sep 17, 2011.
Started by Kantilal Doobal TOURIST GUIDE Sep 7, 2011.
Started by Kantilal Doobal TOURIST GUIDE. Last reply by Kantilal Doobal TOURIST GUIDE Sep 4, 2011.
Old images like these are priceless. They are a source of enjoyment and have historical value. I never tire of looking at old photos.
I'll have to get out some and scan them. Have a few I think you might like.
Hi Bill, thanks for the comment, i fear not enough people keep stuff like these, they have little interest in past today and see no value in them, here is another i rescued, had a few scratches/cracks.
Mike, These old photos are just amazing.
Another from the biscuit tin.
These images are really interesting. I'm enjoying seeing them.
Another original from the old folks biscuit tin.
Nice images Mike. Like them both but the yards image is my favorite.
Taken recently at a local " ye old bookshop ".
In the yards.
Really nice image. Pictures like this are priceless. The color and tone range are great. Add to that the time period, clothing, dirt road and car. That's not to even mention the sentimental value.
I need to get back to the attic and find some old sepias to scan.
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