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“The illusion is time itself.”― Anthony T. Hincks
“Take off your hat,” the King said to the Hatter. “It isn’t mine,” said the Hatter. “Stolen!” the King exclaimed, turning to the jury, who instantly made a memorandum of the fact.
This is a photo of Andries Petrus and he’s brother, my Grandfather Jan H. N. Smit with Girlfriends. The photo was taken before 1931 when my grandpa got married. Possibly in the Cape Province of South Africa.
Wild Camping. These are some of the places where we have gone wild camping in Alberta, Canada. There is more information and photos on my Blog. Boondocks. Read and see more photos about the Feral Horses in Alberta. The hammocks … Continue reading
“There’s an ancient butterfly legend that reads, ‘If anyone desires a wish to come true, they must first capture a butterfly and whisper that wish to it,” “Since a butterfly can make no sound, the butterfly can not reveal the … Continue reading
I used a photo of my grandfather Jan Smit seated and an unknown gentleman. The photo was taken Circa 1930 possibly in Clanwilliam, Cape Provence, South Africa.
This is a photo of my Great Grandmother taken circa 1880. It was restored and colorized by Restoring and Coloring Old Family Pictures, a Facebook group. I have used this photo before restoration, you can see the post here.
Photos Restored by Restoring and Coloring Old Family Pictures. (Facebook group) Click above to view on my YouTube Channel. I recently discovered the Facebook group Restoring and Coloring Old Family Pictures. So I have been re-scanning and photographing many of … Continue reading
paper doll noun Definition of paper doll: a paper or cardboard representation of a person usually in two dimensions for children to play with.
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.” ― Pablo Picasso