Sepia Saturday

1909.161 Sepia

Doesn’t this look fun? Tranquil? I think some Impressionisth should have done a painting of this pair.

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National  Science and Media Museum, circa 1890

She looks intent. I bet she won.

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State Library of Queensland, 1930

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Australian National Maritime Museum, 1921

Mrs J Wilson and Miss Hastie winning the Ladies Double Sculls at the Pittwater Regatta.

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8 thoughts on “Sepia Saturday

  1. What a great selection of photos. I particularly like the first one but the water in the last one is also really interesting. It’s interesting that it is Pittwater because at first glance it looked like a roiling river rather than a harbour/inlet.

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  2. Nice selection of photos to match the prompt. I like Violet’s remark about seeing how today’s race rivals would do under the older conditions? Might be fun to find out! 🙂

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  3. Excellent choices to match our theme. I like the three different perspectives for the camera.

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  4. Love these photos! When I was a teen, my family had a camp on a lake that we visited on weekends. For quiet time away from my parents and younger siblings, I loved to row to the end of the lake, “park” among the reeds and read a book or just watch the dragonflies. An excellent form of exercise, as these women illustrate!

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