Sculpture Saturday

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Washington DC

Saturday Sculpture is hosted by the Mind over Memory blogger.

This July Fourth week I’m sharing a photo of Abraham Lincoln’s sculpture at the Lincoln Memorial. I hope no one breaks it down.

To join in, what you need to do is:

It’s a fun challenge. Give it a try.

To see more sculptures, click here. Then you’ll get to the page where everyone links their posts.

Sepia Saturday

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So strike up the band! This week Sepia Saturday bloggers are challenged to find and share photos of marching bands. Here’s what I found:

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Jefferson City, Missouri, 1924 | Flickr Commons – Missouri State Archives

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Killybegs Marching Band in Falcarragh, Ireland, 1971 | Flickr Commons – National Library of Ireland

In the description for this photo it says:
The benefits of having a marching band in a town are many and varied, keeping young people active, developing an appreciation of music, giving essential life skills etc.

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High School Students (no information where they’re from) in front of the Rotunda, Arts & Industries Building, Washington, DC | Flickr Commons – Smithsonian Institute.

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Sepia Saturday

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Hmm. What to search for for this prompt. I suppose I’ll go to Flickr Commons and search “girl posed.”

I did and here’s a few photos I found.

For more inspired nostalgia, click here.

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From the National Library of Wales, circa 1885

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Library of Congress, 1939, taken near Union Station, Washington DC

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She could use more fabric ~ Library of Congress, 1910

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Norway, 1890, Library of Congress