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Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Antique tinted photographs,1700's clothing and costumes, free for your clip art needs.

 Good afternoon to you all! Welcome.
 I really like the pictures of the day(or should I say week). My treasure trove of images continues to grow. Cleaning them up and searching for new ones is a just a tad addicting. Your responses have been so encouraging and an inspiration. The fact that I actually have a blog is settling in as the months go by. The number of visitors everyday continues to grow. But this will always be a blog free of advertising. My goal continues to be providing free pictures,images and photographs. Who doesn't like to find something for free!
Yesterday morning I actually felt better when i woke up!!! Same thing this morning. How this bug has held on is crazy. I have never been sick for weeks on end. I am sooo anxious to get into the Legacy! It is always the best to see what has been donated and hopefully my drawer is not too stuffed. Besides feeling crummy, many of the volunteers are seniors and it has been important to not expose any of them to my virus. So I have missed my little shop for weeks now.
Ladies from the 1700's in their beautiful dresses or costumes. I have been collecting similar cards with the muted colors and lovely period clothing.
Sweet little girl! Turn of the century with swallows which seems to be the bird of choice for so many of the images from that period.
This vintage picture, from an old postcard. The first I have seen that has so many colors and a yellow background. Most have only a few colors.
Just a sweet little card.
And a sweet little girl.
I just love the outfit on the woman. A dancer maybe? Two antique tinted photographs.
Thank you for stopping by. Enjoy! Much love as always, Louise


6 comments:

Liz said...

What beautiful pictures - love the one with the little cottage, the colours are amazing! Glad you are feeling a bit better.
Liz

Diane said...

These are lovely. Thankyou!
Diane

Lululiz said...

Thank you so much, wonderful images yet again.

peggy aplSEEDS said...

you have such lovely images. i'll be back to visit again when i have more time.

Elaine Akers said...

I could spend hours reading and enjoying the wonderful pictures that you share on your blog. Thanks so very much!!!!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love the sweet birds on the branches! Thanks! ♥