Eternally in My Heart

Eternally in My Heart
Lord, grant Charles eternal rest in Your loving arms.

Sunday, March 1, 2015

Nonnie's Vintage Photo of Maternal Grandfather


Grandfather stands still.
Following this, will he swim?
I want the story.

But there’s no one left
to share where, when this took place.
Snapshot found too late.

shared with Jane's



7 comments:

Connie said...

Oh, I have some photos like that, too. You wish you had a story to go with them, or even who the people are and what relation they are to you. I have one that I love of my husbands family. It is a group of people standing in front of an earth and log cabin. We are sure that it is a family photo and that the older woman in the photo was my husband's father's mother, but we are not even sure which boy is his dad. They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but sometimes you wish you had the word, to go with it, right?

Al said...

What a great old family snapshot!

bj said...

I have so many photos and questions about family and, like you, there's no one left to ask. Some of my olden photos have names and dates...some don't.

Caren Gittleman said...

what a handsome man he was! He looks like he was quite the swimmer, his build is so athletic!

Norma Ruttan said...

oh, definitely, even one word could help!

Jane said...

Really great old photo, he looks like a very fit young man too.

frommyhorizon said...

I agree. Sometimes a picture can be an enigma when you don´t konow for sure. An album that I am sure belonged to my father´s father there is a pictures of an old lady in the beginning. I think it can be his mother. And we recently think we solved a mystery with a picture from my father in law's negatives with an old lady on it. I thought is woul be his grandmother but it is probably her sister that came to be 100 years old. A good idea today is to make a photobook with pictures with accompanying text for future generations. Thank you for sharing the picture and I wish you a good weekend!