Monday, 16 November 2009

Old photos

What I have achieved today is to print off a copy of a very old, hand tinted photograph.


It had to be taken around 1900 and is of my Great Uncle who sadly died about 6 months after the photo was taken. I have some more of my Gran at various ages as well and I want to create some LOs with them to try and tell the story as I know it. There is only one of her children still alive, my Aunt, and I have got some answers from her so I will be creating some journaling later this evening to go with them.


  1. That is a gorgeous photo, very special!

  2. Lovely photo! I have quite a few 'oldies' that need scrapping too. I'll have to sign in as annonymous as this is the 3rd time I've tried to leave a comment and each time the warning sign has come up! Thank you for commenting on my blog! Regards, Irene from Shimelle's class.

  3. Aw, lovely photograph! I love looking at heritage pictures.

  4. What an amazing keepsake. Thank you for sharing this with us. I have recently been gifted some older photos, but none of them have this hand-tinting effect like yours does.