Saturday, April 3, 2010

Monochrome Weekly

My brother Evaldo, who's a photographer and old times lover, sent me several ancient photos of my father's family, and there are some goodies I'll share here at Mono, bear with me! :o)



This is the entrance of my father's farm, taken around 1930. I love it. I just wished I knew who took this one!

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12 comentários:

aims said...

Good to keep old photos. This one is old, yet, looks like it was just taken not so long ago. This is a very good mono and I love it too. Have a wonderful weekend. All the best, from Philippines.

Coffeeveggie addict. said...

it is really amazing how time comes into discovering making old photos turn into life again...that is really the magic of science....
love old photos too...

Dragonstar said...

It looks a lovely place. I like the way the shapes of the house and gate and tree all fit together.

michael bird said...

And how about the people in the window? Mother and child? Aware of the photo take? Cool, Nydia.

Janet said...

I love old photos. They always seem so much more nostalgic since they're in black and white.

Carver said...

I love that too. Looks like a beautiful house and I like how the fence and tree frame the shot.

Kilauea Poetry said...

Fabulous!! Looks like an image taken from some old movie with the fence and hanging tree. Looking at the two captured in the upper window- just so cool-
Have a wonderful weekend!

Kilauea Poetry said...

Interesting black and white image- solitary reflections- Wish you the very best weekend and beyond_

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Mona Sweden said...

It's a lovely old photo. The house is beatutiful and I like that the top of the fence isn't straight.

Irene said...

Lovely .... I also like old photos. My grandfather photographed a lot, and my mother is keeping them for now.

The Explorer said...

This photo can be considered as wealth and you still have it. Thanks for sharing.

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