For this week’s Sepia Saturday post I had to look through my photos hoping for something that would dovetail from the prompt. The prompt is a picture of a magazine cover from 1937, featuring a lovely lady riding a polo pony of sorts. Well, I know I don’t have any photos of people on horses, and I have very few 20th century photographs (other than my own family), so this was a real challenge. I finally settled on this young man, posed on a chair in the backyard or side garden, with the date of 1947. Hm. On the back is a note written in a language I don’t recognize. I am guessing at something from Europe, but that’s the best guess I can make. Seriously, if it’s not Spanish or French it could as easily be Martian for me. If you recognize the language, please comment! I’d love to try to run this through a translator to find out what the note says.
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