digital scan from a small original photograph depicting a happy (beautiful) woman in uniform. Probably from the WWII era, could be Polish or Polish service.
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size in pixels: 4420×3082
size in Mb: 39,9
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I found this photo at ‘Chor Bazaar’ (thief market – a shopper’s paradise) in Bombay when I was searching for vintage Indian photographs. I think it was made during a typical charade party, which must have been British and probably pre WWII.
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This vintage print is for sale as part of The Other Way of Seeing” collection: a collection of vintage photography from India.
“a piece of ridiculous pretence which is so obvious that it does not deceive anyone”
“an absurd pretence intended to create a pleasant or respectable appearance.”
in pantomime a word, phrase, title, etc., often syllable by syllable, for members of their team to guess.
2. a word or phrase acted out in pantomime.
3. a blatant pretense or deception; travesty.
(Random House Kernerman Webster’s College Dictionary)
Dora, a picture of a woman in her thirties in the thirties. A time related photograph
size in pixels: 1831×2633
size in mb: 13,8
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‘Dora’ is available as a stockphotograph at DREAMSTIME
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Ome Henny (uncle Henny) was always keen to travel, interested to see the world. This picture from around 1950 shows him in a somewhat heroic pose on top of a rock in the Schnee Eifel (Germany). Open shirt, suspenders and mountain boots, his camera ready to be used. His hair styled like Tintin. He must have known about the term ‘wanderlust’.
He used to travel with his wife tante Gert (auntie Gert) on their motorbike with sidecar -even when they were in their seventies when they crashed it in a remote area in Spain.
size in pixels: 10987×19315
size in mb: 135
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© photography Robert Schilder
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