Thursday, July 27, 2017

Photo Flashback Thursday



Once a week I like to take a little bit of time out and look through some of the pictures that I have either taken, scanned or stolen off of the internet through the years and find one special picture that stands out. Little lost moments in time from yesterday caught with a Cameras lens and relived right here in my blog. Sometimes it's pretty easy to find that one special picture and sometimes it's not that easy, one thing it consistently is however is a whole lot of fun.

This weeks picture once again goes back a number of years. It was taken last century and we have seen 5 or 6 different decades since this picture was taken.

This is a picture of my Dad and my youngest sister Pam. I can't really say much about the picture as to the exact date, but as young as she is my guess is it was taken when they lived on Listravia Avenue in Sabraton, before US 48 which later became I-68 came through and the property was seized so that that road could be built.

I'm not even sure if my Dad had even started working in the coal mines yet when this picture was taken.

Have yourselves a great day.

Hi ho hi ho

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I can see you favor yer Daddy , George!