Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Back Page - Donkeys


Donkeys. Okay, mules and donkeys and burros. We just don't give them their due respect. So here's a page of all the donkeys found in lost gallery.

Donkey

No, this one is not part of the LOST GALLERY.

He is a sculpture from Artesania Rinconada


Proof!
These two have been in the LOST GALLERY the longest.
Untitled

Four on a Donkey
Four girls on a donkey. Arnold, the donkey, did not find this amusing.
Donkey and Dorkey
Simmons was always the epitome of fashion.

Fake Donkey
I think these two are both fake.
Novelty Photo

Cowboy outfit
Two women and donkey
Three on a donkey (enhanced version)

Donkeys in a row
Three Sailors (enhanced)
This one looks stuffed.

Mules
Four children and a mule team






Can't get enough? Watch this space! I'm sure more will turn up.

The most popular photographs most popular, Family Group, An album of the most requested photographs in the Lost Gallery.

Area 51 and a Half Area 51 and a Half You are probably not authorized to see these.

Don't take my picture! Oh! You DID didn't you! completely unaware of the photographer This is a collection of photographs that disappear on the way home from the photo processing shop.

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All images are the property of Lost Gallery and the author. Permission must be granted for their use. All rights reserved.

THE KIDS Lesson one. It is always a mystery how a photograph of any of these precious children could end up lost or abandoned. Here are a few. You will probably say "Ooh..." at least once.

Dee and the Business School Dee and the Business School
The beautiful Dee. A curious story; What do you see?

WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?
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"What are they doing?"

2 comments:

  1. How funny! I have a black and white photo of my uncle, then a little boy, wearing a big sombrero and sitting on a donkey. It was taken in Juarez in the late 40's. It was apparently *the* tourist thing to do when traveling in that part of the world.

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    1. Thanks very much for your note. What a treasure that must be! Those tourist photographs with a donkey were a popular attraction in Mexico border towns and still are I understand. And thanks again, you reminded me of another photograph I must add to this page!

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