Alan from Sepia Saturday says:
Our Sepia Saturday theme image this week shows a group of construction workers celebrating the completion of a railway tunnel on the Irish rail network. It might prompt you to dig into your own photographic archives and come up with photographs of tunnels, construction projects, or dates carved into the stonework. It might also prompt you to share some other image which you feel is connected in one way or another to the theme image.
|Barbara Conner (nee McLoughlin) Leith Waters 8 August 1971|
I know it's not railway or construction but my mother's pose is kind of imitating one of the construction worker's stances to the right of the prompt image.
Now - my father labelled the photo above Leith Waters - I wonder if it is more properly called the Water of Leith?
Here's another one of me in
I wonder how many people have walked up those stairs? A few I'm thinking
And continuing the theme of people walking away from their partners or parents in old tunnelly places....
|Cas walking out of Guard Tower Port Arthur Tasmania 7 July 2014|
Yes, I made this photo sepia - it was colour originally....and to prove it was an old building....here...you can read the date carved into the stonework for yourself - 1835.
|Cas outside Guard's Tower Port Arthur Tasmania 7 July 2014|
For more takes on this week's theme head over here.