Posing is a great word for the theme for this week’s Sepia Saturday
Here the art of posing is displayed by three of my grandmother’s uncles, rather superior young men looking down their noses, Telford brothers from Apollo Bay which in earlier days was known as Krambruk. They were the youngest boys in a family of thirteen.
They show themselves as young bachelors, very much young men about town, though in a tiny little town like Apollo Bay it wouldn’t have been hard to be young men about town !
From the left is Arthur Alfred Telford (1883) , Norman Noble Telford (1886) and William Wallace Telford (1879). Norman was born the same year as his niece, my grandmother Their parents were Scottish, from Linton in Roxburghshire and Fauldhouse in Linlithgowshire.
I think this photo could be c1900+. Here are some other photos of the three of them in the same order. This second photo of Arthur Alfred appears to have been taken on the same day as the group photo.
Notice the alliteration in the christian names. This had only started with the tenth child – Abner Albert.
More posing, lurking and sharing can be found through this week’s Sepia Saturday