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Saturday, March 3, 2007





Don't you just love beautiful, old images? I just can't get enough of them. The colors are so pleasing and have such a nostalgic feel.
Oh, and old photographs. I don't know these folks from Adam but if the expression on their face is charming or the overall pose is pleasing ~ I just love owning them.
What about the look on this sweetie's face, can you believe it??


20 comments:

Gypsy Purple said...

Lovely images and a lovely blog...glad I came to visit!!!!

BeachysCapeCodCupboard said...

What lovely photos! I love the Catherine Klein one most, as I love to do watercolors of flowers. Thank you for your sweet note on my blog today!

Gypsy Purple said...

Can`t find your e-mail...so another comment from me.....thanx a million for the link!!!!

I have posted it on my blog with a link to yours as well....have a look

Thanks again....hope we will see more of one another!!!

Chamara

Queenie said...

Yes...she looks sweet. But I remember my mother cutting my fringe before I had my school photo took, and this brought back those memorys (mind you, she never was Videl Sasoon).

Shabby in the City said...

I love the CK print and the old photo...always wonder who these little people were. I have a huge one I've adopted...a little boy in a white dress with a humiliated frown. I'll never part with him.

Elizabeth said...

So glad I found your blog...what lovely and inspiring photos...

The Feathered Nest said...

Thank you all so much for your kind comments. Old photos definitely are wonderful! Feel free to copy them to your computer to print and enjoy ~ Dawn :)

Cherry's Jubilee said...

I too adore those old wonderful photos! I was lucky enough to inherit literally several grocery bags full and one big album. My grandmother was trying to figure out who they all were...I hope to pick up where she left off someday. Till than I will just enjoy the nostalgia of them! It makes me so sad when I see so many of them in antique stores etc...why noone kept them. Glad so many of us out there are saving these little treasures! cherry

Digi Scribbles said...

I followed a link from Gypsy Purple. Your blog is wonderful. xoxoxo

peggy said...

What a charming blog and store. Hope to visit soon. Any chance that great photo item is still available. Regards, Peggy

Cindy said...

Oh that little girl is so adorable!

kansasrose said...

Hi Dawn! These images are so beautiful! The flowers are so muted and pretty! I sent you an email about the assemblage...it came today and I love it! Thanks so much! :)

The Feathered Nest said...

Cherry, I'm so glad you took those old photos under your wing. Even if you don't know who they are, atleast you have claimed them as ancestors and given them a home. Thank your for your comment!
Take care, Dawn

The Feathered Nest said...

Thank you so much Peggy for your sweet comments on my blog. I'm new to this blogging world and I really appreciate it. My collage assemblage has been sold but I hope to have another up in a few days in my Etsy shop. Thank you again, Dawn :)

The Feathered Nest said...

Thank you, Betty Jo, for your nice comments about my blog! I must say you are such a talented photographer!! I just love all the images on your blog. Thanks again, Dawn :)

The Feathered Nest said...

Dear Queenie, I know what you mean about your mother trimming your hair! My bangs were always slanted and crooked when I was small ~ Thank goodness I didn't know any better...Take care, Dawn :)

Akelamalu said...

Love old sepia photographs - so much more interesting.

Lovely Blog. :)

Carol said...

Hi Dawn! Thank you for the kind comment you've just left on my blog :D

Oh yes the pout of the little girl is really cute! I love old images too! xox

Ulla said...

so sweet, and yes, the little girl is just adorable!!! p.s. I love your vintage finds from earlier post, the reclining lady is especially wonderful!

Southern Bears said...

Hi Dawn, your blog is lovely and thank you for all the images, offered so generously.

Pat xx

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