Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge

Mirrored image of the Centennial Bridge
One frosty and very still morning in November, 2010, Centennial Bridge, Miramichi, NB, Canada

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Tuesday, October 27, 2015

SepiaSaturday, October 31, 2015

This week, I looked and looked and could not find a woman looking at a mirror or a rough looking dude with a chapeau.  So I decided I would go for the hairstyle, when in doubt, go with the hairstyle I say.....

This photo was found in between the walls at my Mother's Inn a few years ago.  They were renovating and came across it.  We don't know who she is so we dubbed her "The Mystery Lady".  She is very beautiful and she might have been looking at a mirror, who knows?  I will always wonder why this beautiful picture was hidden in between the walls........If walls could talk......


Then in the spirit of Halloween, I thought I would throw in some pictures of me in costumes through the years.  Miss Piggy and the French Maid had the most fun, think I will go out again this Halloween and kick up my heels.  I have to admit though, the last time I went out as Miss Piggy, it was during the Swine Flu epidemic, and I didn't get many dances, men must have been scared of catching the swine flu or maybe they were scared of Kermit the Frog......




This, believe or not was not a wig, it was my very own hair, wish I had the color back, this was in the year 2000, not that long ago.....

Hoping you stop over to www.sepiasaturday.blogspot.com  to see many more haunting pictures, funny pictures, old pictures, oh well, I'm sure you get the drift.......Happy Halloween to those who partake in that silly stuff......

20 comments:

  1. Goodness, what a find that was, and I wonder if some research into pass owners might shed some light on who she is? Possibly someone from the area? All really interesting, just being stored between the walls makes me curious as well. I like your choices for Halloween costumes, what fun you surely had.

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    1. The home was built around the turn of the century, Mr. and Mrs Stothart moved out of that house and moved into a brick house next door. Both houses had been built for Mrs. Stothart, who, after living in the wooden structure, told her husband she wanted a home made with bricks instead, and so he built it right next door! There was only one other owner I believe before Mom purchased the place and turned it into a Bed and Breakfast. That owner was a woman doctor, rare in these parts at that time. Since Spring, I am now living in the brick house next door, basement apartment.

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    2. I don't recall if their first house was made of straw....hahahaha.

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  2. Hope you solve the identity of 'the mystery woman' some day. Love your Miss Piggy costume - especially the dress! Gorgeous. It reminds me of a dress my Mom had - deep purple with black flocking. Hers was ballet length & I borrowed it a couple of times to wear to formal dances. You look rather fetching in your French Maid costume - AND in that last shot, you're looking into a very elegant mirror, too, so hit the mark perfectly!

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  3. You make a beautiful French maid, with lovely long hair. I suppose you don't miss it though. I agree, the first photo is an amazing find.

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    1. Oh but Jo, I do miss my long hair, but I am too old for that now, and too grey!!!

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  4. The first photo reminded me of a mystery sepia photograph of a beautiful woman that I found in a parking area years and years ago. If I hadn't just posted my photo, I would post that one! Lovely.

    I have no photographs of me in costume.

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    1. No time like the present to start wearing costumes!! I love dressing up and dancing!! Looking forward to Saturday night Halloween Dance!!

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  5. Oh I do love a mystery behind a photograph, especially one as charming as this. You look lovely with all that hair - and spot on with the mirror theme!

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  6. Oh Miss Piggy -- that is FUNNY! You did a great job with that costume.
    And yes -- the photo in the wall. What a lovely woman and equally lovely mystery to contemplate. Surely there is a good story there.

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  7. Well we all love a mystery lady, and she is a beauty. But the mind runs the full gamut of who and what she might have been. She could inspire an interesting novel about someone renovating a house and falling in love across time with the photo. Remember that movie The Lake House, I thnik it was called !

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  8. Silly stuff it may be, but it is wonderfully entertaining. And I love the picture of the mystery woman. happy Halloween to you Rosie.

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  9. Dressing up can be such fun, whatever your age, and you illustrated it so well.

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  10. It's a toss-up, Rosie -- I like BOTH Miss Piggy and the maid, although the maid certainly has it with the mirror thing. Your Mystery Lady is quite something -- it would be wonderful to identify her, but I have no idea how you'd do that! Happy Halloween, and have fun tonight!

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    1. Thanks, I will. I made that costume in 2000, so I have been a brunette French Maid, a blond (wig) French Maid, a red haired French Maid, now tonight, I will be a salt and pepper French Maid, what a cycle! All the time I enjoyed myself, even won some prizes along the way!!!

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  11. A good way to start my trick or treating today! That photo find is wonderful. I've always wanted to live in an old house whose walls and attics held hidden treasures!

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  12. A photograph found inside the walls. How odd. As well as who, one must wonder how and why.

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  13. You look like you were having a lot of fun in those costumes, especially Miss Piggy

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