There are portraits and action shots and there are landscapes and interiors. There are many photographic subjects. When we page through the albums we have various oo/ah reactions. Beauty and humor, memories and nostalgia; each photograph sparks it's own comment and reaction.
But here now is a collection photographs that make the observer ask just one question:
What is going on here?
Sometimes there's an answer, but sometimes not.
Oh! How did you get in here?
We're just um ... dividing up some stuff. Yeah that's it.
Greta was fine for a moment and then her feet went one way and she went the other.
She would blame Hezzie to everyone at the party that evening. Hezzie moved to Montana and had no comment. His dog didn't either.
Myra and Vera the bicoastal twins, were playing a trick on Thelma. When she was napping, they had Ezra take a photograph of her knickers. Ezra is not pictured.
Felt pens had not been invented yet.
It wasn't Sugar Plums that dominated Vernie's dreams.
It was pole dancing. He wanted his chance to show what he could do.
Marvin missed the boat. He knew he shouldn't have stopped to read the comic section and have another cup of coffee this morning.
The first A-leans landed in their strange craft. On a quiet residential street in Bent Spoon, North Dakota, the UFO appeared without fanfare one morning out of a snowy sky.
Freda Gogh spotted it first as it was in front of her house.
The neighborhood gathered to gawk and remained to rubber-neck. After they were through slapping their foreheads, they speculated on the origin of the UFO and Freda’s new toque.
Most importantly, they discussed what they were going to do with the craft as it was blocking the street and preventing anyone in the neighborhood from getting down to Ben And Jerry’s for the latest flavor.
Finally the conversation degenerated to the usual things: getting the storm windows up in preparation for next winter, which direction is north and what the term "cook-out" actually means.
The A-leans wandered off early on.
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THE KIDS 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.