A Journal of our Adventures
What a lovely photo. Says so much about time and place.
Oh I love this photo. How do you reproduce your old prints so well, Diane?
It is just scanned with no adjustments.
Young Masta Walter looks just like a certain Young Masta William.Lovely photoColin
lovely family and great memories.
Always nice to see old photos. How people have changed in clothing, specially the child.
Seeing photos from this time period, I always think about how they had no idea what was coming in a few years.
This is a wonderful photo. Hug B
Clearly they took great pride in their shop ownership, and I love how little Walter is also wearing his apron.
Nice, I like
There are some interesting shapes in those aprons, but boy, am I glad I don't have to walk on those cobblestones.
I love the name Walter and was very keen on it for one of our children. But I'm afraid Walter would get reduced to Wally in Australia and you can't be a Wally...that's just too silly.
I like all the detail in this photo. Even the dog got into the picture.
This is a great photo Diane. It looks in great condition too. Happy New Year my friend, and thank you for stopping by my new blog.
I recognise Aunty Hetti - I can see the family resemblance. But I don't recognise Dad in the small boy? Lovely photo isn't it!
Isn't that just gorgeous. The cobblestones, never seen them like that on the street. Lovely photo..
I am with Margaret, the cobblestones look like they are being laid and not yet finished. A very interesting view.
Nice pictures - the shock is that the house where I was born looked like that in 1963!Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne
Happy New Year! I like the old photo ... And as I have told you too often, I really wish I could get my act together and do some memory stuff myself.
Great memories. Hope 2016 is good to you. T'other Diane
Fascinating photo - those 'cobblestones' are intriguing.
Aunty Hedi's one-shoulder apron is an interesting fashion statement. As for those cobblestones, I've walked on cobblestones before & they actually pain your feet. No thanks!
Loooove old black and white photographs Diane, excellent!