Such a special photo! I'm thinking there's a story behind this for a layout as well.
looks like you have so much of your history in your town, that's awesome!
How wonderful to have a piece of family history in such a physical way. I agree with Karen, I think there is more to this story that needs to be scrapped!
OMGosh! That is so awesome! I have a Church in St. Louis that my great grandfather worked on. I have yet to find it. I need to make it a priority the next time I'm there.
Lovely! It appears Grandfather was quite talented.
Oh my! How amazing. That's something and someone to be proud off
They know you too well - a lot of these photos make it onto a page! Lovely to have family history so close.Mum showed us the stubs of the fences that were removed (for munitions?) in her street in Edinburgh during the war ... the opposite of what your grandad did I guess ... or WHY he had to do it perhaps?
How wonderful is that? A striking composition and a family connection. Yes, I think there is a story and a page here.
What a wonderful thing to be able to say! Lovely photo.
Like Karen....I'm sure there must be a story!
oh! that is just lovely!
As others have said, the story must be interesting and scrap worthy! I can't help but think of upside down hearts when I look at the motif :)
Love the history behind the choice this month. Your grandfather had great skill.
How lovely to have tangible evidence of your Grandpa's skill and hard work.
Homemade is always best and looks like he did a good job too!
Great pairing of photos & words! And wasn't he talented!!!
How lovely xx
As the others said...more story than twenty words! I look forward to hearing it and it is the year to hear about it.
That is so cool, and I know that will become a terrific layout one day.Rinda
What a talented man he must have been. And how wonderful it must have felt to have the materials, time and space to create, after all the destruction.
Agreeing with Alexa that he must have enjoyed being able to do that bit of creation, bringing back a bit of normality to everyday life.Definitely worthy of a page telling the story.
lovely, what a treasure. Thanks for my postcard xx
I look forward to seeing the layout and the full story behind the photograph!
how cool!! i'm looking forward to the layout too x
He made them? Wow, what a talented man - and how great that they are still in situ. Now you really do have to share the whole story!
WOW! This just goes to show that there really is a story behind even the most seemingly everyday of photos. I agree that this must be scrapped :D xx
I love that your grandfathers work is still evident after all those years. You have such a way of telling stories and so many to tell...
This is so worthy of being documented xI hope we see them on a Lo too.
How cool that they are Still there and you are still there
I love photos with history behind them!
And now we need the rest of the story...is it time for a random Storytelling Sunday??As an amateur genealogist, I am alternately elated/frustrated when I can/can't find information about my ancestors. I'm finally deciding that genealogy is a young(er) person's game--old enough to appreciate ancestry and young enough that the preceding one or two generations are still alive.
Oh, would love to hear more about that great looking fence.
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