My old 69th Signal Company (Photo) pal, Dan, “messaged” this photo to me a few days ago. That’s Dan on the far left and me on the far right. Half a century after the fact, the setting seems familiar yet not familiar. It’s probably on the sound stage where we still and motion picture photographers spent our time when not on assignments.
Andy love, love, loves it when I put a straw inside a magazine. He tries to take it out, play activity that seriously amuses my kitty boy! Cheap fun. He’ll play longer with a straw than just about anything.
What a great memorable photograph. Thank you Lovely team, Love, nia
Thanks! I hadn’t ever seen it till my friend posted it on my Facebook Message.
what a great memorable photograph… you understand how fastly passed the years… Thank you Lovely Team, love, nia
dood…we heer ya on “toys”…best “toys”… iz knot reel lee “cat toys” at all !! 🙂 ♥♥
A plain fact!
This ancient photo has certainely touched you, Doug.
About Andy his eye is sparkling of pleasure ! 🙂
Yes, he was having a good time with a plastic straw stuffed in the magazine!
Fifty years in a photo tends to leave you a bit less recognizable, eh?!
And you dis not have beard at this time !! 🙂
No, that came much later. Till about 2008, I just had a moustache.
I agree, old photos are both familiar and unfamiliar. They are sort of like time travel.
I wonder if straws are like mouse tails to kitties? Andy looks very sweet there! 🙂
Yeah! Time travel indeed!
Plastic straws hidden in a paper or magazine are one of Andy’s most favorite “toys”!
The mouse theory makes sense to me.
Always good to have the old photos, we have a lot of them and need to take some time to look through . . . Awwww cute picture of Andy!
I have tons of them on slides, some printed, that I should look through.
I was pleased with the Andy photo! He’s having a good time.
These types of memories are the reason I miss actual photo Albums. Luckily, I have a few I can page through, again.
I have actual printed photos and slides up to the digital age. While digital photos are handier for storage and editing, printed photos have their charms, too.
I think I got into photography mostly for the memories. It is great to be able to look back and remember.
Yes, they are good that way.
we love old pictures…and you are right, some things are so close as if they happened yesterday and some things are strnge that we have to ponder if they are real or just in our imagination? seems that magazine is at the last straw somehow LOL
I don’t recall the names of two people in the photo.