Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Ok...I Think I've Got it!...He Did Not Have a FIT...But, You Can...

My patient husband taught me ONCE again about the new scanning uplink and all is right in the world. (see post below) So, I can be trained. LOL!! Here are the FITs for this week. I included some men folk since Father's Day is coming up and a special cutie pie for you all:) Love, Jamie

Remember that tomorrow will be the next installation of the Photo Identification Series: All About Ambrotypes. Catchy, Right? LOL!! See you then!



Who's Your Daddy?


I have to do some research on this photo because this gentleman is not dressed for the cabinet card period. I think this may be a family copy of an older photo or someone in costume. I am going to ask the awesome Flicker photo collectors for their opinion.



This lovely family seems so close. I love how the baby is holding sister's hand. Perfect portrait!



Just LOOK this Sweet Pixie! She needs some wings for sure:)

Quote for Today:

"Sometimes the poorest man leaves his children the richest inheritance."
~Ruth E. Renkel

15 comments:

Kelly said...

wow! beautiful photos! thanks for sharing these!

Linda Cain said...

Your photos are so wonderful...stories just seem to leap from them
TFS!

Linda Cain

Tiedupmemories said...

These are great! Thanks for sharing!!

Kelly said...

I just finished a digital piece with one of your men. It is here if you want to see it:
man of numbers

Faye said...

Jamie, your photos are so sharp and clear! You must have really got that new printer/scan business perfected! Gorgeous men.

Thanks for your visit to my blog. You are so kind with your comments. And grab a few watercolors and paper and brush and just jump in there. You can do a seascape that would satisfy you. But after reading about you week, especially the day spent with the medical/dental professionals, you'd have to carve out a bit of personal play time.

Elizabeth Golden said...

Love the photos Jamie. Thank you! I know the house by the BMW plant you are talking about. I think I even have a picture or two of it.

peggy gatto said...

You have some lovely cards. It's fun to imagine stories about some of them!

Nan said...

Thanks so much for the kind comment on my blog and for the wonderful images. I just found a cabinet card of my grandmother and am very excited to use it in a project. Your blog is so much fun to read through. look forward to learning more about these photos. :) Nan

José said...

Thank you once again for the beautiful photos! The man with the costume you cannot place looks to me a modern man. Almost as if he dressed up and made a vintage picture. Do like him!!! :)

Garden Painter Art said...

Jamie:

Thanks so much for sharing your vintage photos. You know I collect them as well. You have some photos that are just amazingly clean and in great condition.

Kim
Garden Painter Art

Kim said...

'I have to do some research on this photo'
I think it might be Brad Pitt with tall hair , what say?!
I gave you an award on my blog btw :) take a peek when you have a sec! (all usual time constraints apply - as in if you don't have time I don't mind lol)

Carole said...

I love the first one (that's a handsome man for the times) and the baby!

Thanks for your advice on that photo I asked you about. :-)

Rein said...

These are all wonderful, Thanks!

Darlene said...

The baby girl is so sweet. Thanks for sharing. I hope you are feeling better soon. I read about the poison ivy.

eplet said...

I dont now if you search information for the last photo, just wanted to tell you that the sweet little girl is swedish and from a city called Gävle (Gefle in swedish)

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