REFLECTIONS.BY.TOM.HUSSEY.









There is something sad about getting older.  We all do it.  Although inside we are still the same.  No one ever wants to grow old I don't think - remembering the things we used to be able to do.  That's why I love these pictures I found by Tom Hussey.  They tell a story, all the while helping us realise that our life is short , so make the most of it and remember the important things.

I think that's why I love vintage so much too.  It helps to remember the good old days and to remind us that our digital, app-loving, throw away generation is a new concept.  Back in the day things were made to last, to tell a story, to give to your grandkids; so they could give it to their grandkids.  I can't imagine leaving my iPod in a will to any of my kids. I hope they'd cherish the memories and person I was when we were their age.  Tell them the stories that these pictures tell.

I'm really going for rather serious posts this week aren't I?  Hmmm.  Well for something a little lighter - get to know the both of us a little more on Walk of Fashion blog, where the lovely Isabel has featured us for Girls of the Blogosphere!  Yayballs!  And also there is only a week to go before we draw our giveaway - so make sure you enter below!

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13 comments:

  1. love these photos, beauty is timeless! thanks for stopping by & your comment :)

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  2. I love these! Amazing. x

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  3. What a wonderful selection of photographs to share darlings, there is something sad about growing old but it's a part of life. I work in the cosmetic surgery industry and I find women (and) men constantly trying to hide from aging...silly really.

    Thankyou for following and leaving such lovely comments my darlings

    Eda ♥

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  4. this images are beautiful. Its easy to forget that with each passing year we gain another year of wisdom and behind each wrinkle is a story.

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  5. WOW these photos are amazing! I love them, and what they represent.

    Shasie of Live Life in Style

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  6. So gorgeous! Love the historical reference...beautifully portrayed.

    Thanks for always leaving me such sweet comments, hope to see you back again soon!

    xo-Julie
    Peace. Love. LOL!

    Haute Khuuture Blog

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  7. Che foto.....straordinarie da brividi. Baci Marcella

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  8. These photos are so beautiful and touching, thank you for sharing them! I often wonder what my grandparents were like during their lives before I knew them. Sadly I can't find out now because three of them are dead and one lives really far away. I still think of them often though. :)

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  9. This is touching. It makes me think about the time I asked my mom will I ever have wrinkles lol

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  10. This post has essence.The best I've red in a while.

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