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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Hay Island, Neguac, New Brunswick, Canada

Hay Island, Neguac, New Brunswick, Canada
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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Sepia Saturday's theme this week is old cars..so here is my entry...

I thought I would enter these photos of old cars for this week's theme.  I can not tell you the make and model of this cars, all I know, they are in my past.....

Have a great week everyone!!!

This was a grand hotel in its days, located in North Eastern New Brunswick, Canada.

That is my Dad in probably his Dad's car, looks like my oldest brother in fore front.

Here I am with my little sister and older brother.  Dad's car, (might have been called a "Nash"?
Mom and Dad with my two older brothers and me around 1953..

My brother holding his oldest daughter around 1968, this car may have been a Renauld Dofin?

Go to Sepia Saturday, http://sepiasaturday.blogspot.com for more riveting car photos and photos of people enjoying their cars.........


  1. A nice variety of old car pix. You certainly had a pretty Mom and a handsome Dad! :)

    1. Thank you, yes, they made a handsome couple. Dad always took pictures, I got my love of photography from him and I got Mom's sewing skills from her.

  2. You have a nice group of family car photos. Unfortunately, my family never had their photo taken with their car.

  3. Good to see that your family liked to take pictures with cars included. My dad did the same, but usually just with the kids. Mom never liked having her pic taken.

  4. Cars, children, and pets are so useful clues for dating family photos. Your second photo has a magical quality that only sepia tone can make.

  5. Love these photos! The car behind your family group looks much like the first car my parents owned. And the Renauld reminds me of the Fiat 500 my dad had as a second car -- playfully know as the "can of worms" on our street because it was so small.

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