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Sepia Saturday

Sepia Saturday challenges bloggers with a visual prompt each week. This week we’re challenged by the photo of four women on a boat. I found these photos in the Library of Congress, but if you want to join you can … Continue reading

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Sepia Saturday

Sepia Saturday challenges bloggers with a visual prompt. Here we have a boy from New South Wales cooking while at his youth camp. I usually take this as an opportunity to explore digital archives. Here’s what I found this week. … Continue reading

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Sepia Saturday

Each week Sepia Saturday challenges bloggers with a visual prompt. This week’s prompt inspired me to look for photos of waterfalls from long ago. To see more historic inspired images, click here.

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Summer of China in Milwaukee

I went with a friend to the Milwaukee Museum of Art for their The Emperor’s Private Paradise exhibit which features furnishings, sculptures, decorative arts and paintings from the Qing dynasty when Emperor Qianlong ruled (from 1736-1796). We were able to … Continue reading

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