Wednesday, 10 February 2016

Sepia Saturday 317 : 13 February 2016


Ah, Saint Valentine's Day - a time of togetherness, love and romance. Just the kind of day to go off for a nice game of golf. Our theme image for Sepia Saturday this week comes from the Flickr Commons Collection of the State Library of Queensland and is simply entitled "Golfing Foursome". You might want to go with the game of golf, or with foursomes, or - considering the fact that they seem to be loving their game - you might want to go with love. Whatever you go with, simply post your post on or around Saturday 13th of February and add a link to the list below.

Before you tee off you might want to see what awaits you at the end of the sepia fairway. Here are our next two theme images.


But right now you need to concentrate on your put. Choose your old image, say a few words about it, and put it up on your blog!





21 comments:

La Nightingail said...

The game of gouf.

kathy said...

Family loves golf.

ScotSue said...

Nothing to do with golf - bur men, four or more, in line.

Sharon said...

Four men holding different sporting implements!

Bob Scotney said...

Some golfing reminiscences.

Mike Brubaker said...

I think I've got something close enough with an obscure musical club.

Titania Staeheli said...

For me four sometimes more but most of the time less.

boundforoz said...

Four men, but tennis players, not golfers.

Tattered and Lost said...

H E double hockey sticks

Chris Overstreet said...

It's no sacrifice to mix your love of sport with your one true love.

Alan Burnett said...

One golfer short of a quartet

Wendy said...

How my parents knew a famous golfer

Little Nell said...

Everybody welcome at my club - it’s the opening today!

Barbara Rogers said...

A post card, nothing sepia today!

Deb Gould said...

Four 1937 basketball players...a sports foursome!

Doug Peabody said...

Completely off topic this week, but bundle before reading my post.

Kristin said...

A line of young women and more about the photograph of my grandfather the photographer from last week. No golf here.

Helen Killeen Bauch McHargue said...

I had trouble coming up with anything but finally got something to stick.

Kerryn Taylor said...

I chose cricket photos of my great grand uncle.

Jodi Lynn Strait said...

Went with the theme of four men…. Younger brothers actually, of the great aunt, subject of my post.

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