Today I'm taking a quick break from the #AtoZChallenge to participate in good old Sepia Saturday. Yes I know it's Sunday here in Orstralia but in some parts of the world, it is still Saturday so....as soon as I saw this picture I knew which one from my collection I wanted to use. Here it is...
|Flat at Summer Hill in Nowranie Street|
This ain't no master-piece but its not bad, considering, is it? I mean, I didn't have the proper equipment. I vos very surprised and pleased. Doesn't the chair look good? Looks like a ???? I had it on about 20 books to get the height. Dad would have corpsed.
And then my words are Flat at Summer Hill (Arthur Mee's). I think my words were written maybe 20 years ago after my mother died. I was showing some photos to my godmother and asking her where this was taken.
If anyone can interpret that word which looks like Janui to me, I'd be very grateful.
What's weird is I don't ever remember my mother saying "corpsed". My grandfather would have been cross about her putting a chair on top of his precious books.
Here he is reading a book...another crap...but fab...photo.
|Tom McLoughlin doing what he loved best|
Here's a picture of 5 Nowranie Street taken by Google in September 2016. I wonder how long those flats will stay there.