This week the Sepia Saturday suggestion is a photograph of a couple people dressed in their best Sunday-go-to-Meetin' clothes while posing as gardeners.
The woman carefully operates a watering can while the man holds the rake for her. (He's so helpful.)
However, LOST GALLERY finds serious gardening is often done without tools. There seems to be an abundance of snapshots of people posing IN the garden without doing much of anything, especially work. Here are a few blossoms...
Here is a cropped and wrinkled photograph of a girl standing in a garden.
But there is something else. Is this a face you have seen before? Here is an interesting comparison. What do you think?
Joanie named all of her tomato plants "Gus" in honor of her husband who disappeared last fall without a trace.
Now shovel off to the Sepia Saturday home page and see who else is goofing off in the garden.
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