Sepia Saturday 347


For this week’s Sepia Saturday, our prompt image featured two ladies building a snow-woman, so I thought for this week, it would be fun to share this photo of my husband’s father.  The back of the photo is labelled, “Henry & Girlfriend,” so a snow-woman it is!  I have to guess this was taken about 1955 in northern New Jersey, and even though the snow has melted all over the grass around our snow-woman, she’s still standing tall which means she was probably an even larger snow-woman not too long before this photo was taken!  It’s short and sweet this week, but this photo was just too good of a match to pass up!

One Comment

  1. Tattered and Lost

    Oh she has all those lovely mud and leaf designs that happen when you’re just so desperate to make a snowman no matter the snow conditions. And then the leaves stick to your wool gloves and you end up in slush…but it’s all worth it. She appears to be a Snow Amazon.

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