“Oh yes, I remember when that was taken. it was just after we had been to the juex de boules match and we had lost. We were so very bothered. I think it must of been Tom who took this photo. He was always keen to to snap this and that. We were used to it, and hardly noticed him. He never would ask you to pose. He was good like that. “
goodgriefmissagnes asked: You have such a great collection of pictures! I love your description...isn't it awesome the stories pictures tell?
Thank you! And yes i love they way pictures can be more than an image. Love your collection too!
he held onto the photograph of her. He walked the road he knew he had to walk. It was not until 1976 that he found out about the child.
My brother was one of the camera men at the BBC in the sixties. I was always envious of him as he stood behind the safety of his camera while getting the best view of actors, artists and whatnot. He was one of the camera men to shoot the Beetles during their first trip to America. It was during that trip that he fell in love with Anna and later moved to America. Of course he could never know what lay ahead.
That’s him, middle row, fourth from the left.
As they walked away, they knew. They could not look back.
I wonder what their story is.
they sat for a while, quietly. They read and drank coffee. But I must say this is before Ruth had left for Sardinia and the train incident
This was taken at the beginning of the boat trip. Before it all happened.
her gloved hand in his, they walked.
Can I just say..
I’m just a girl like you,
who had a childhood, who learned some stuff, who had a dream, who met a man, who fell in love, who had children, who built a home, who worked, who travelled, who loved, who cried.
But, is still just a girl, like you,
who loves you with all her heart.