Wordless Wednesday AdvertisementRate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related Posted on May 11, 2016May 8, 2016 Posted in Photography, Wordless WednesdayTagged Photography, Wordless Wednesday
15 thoughts on “Wordless Wednesday”
‘Tis not!!! What are those black things on that beautiful dilapidated newspaper??
Surely not words…..shhhhh
Now where have you been? A museum somewhere I guess. I had a rainy museum day and a sunny one too. There’ll be no shutting me up when I get home xx
Love ready old newspapers, I find them fascinating. When I was young we used to buy our fish and chips wrapped in newspaper.
I would buy a pennyworth of ‘scrumps’ – the man behind the counter would carefully scoop crispy ends of chips into a small greaseproof bag – smile – and then wrap them in a wad of the Daily Sketch! 🙂
* sorry, ‘ready’ should be ‘reading’!
We call them gribbles here, they were lovely at the time but I wouldn’t fancy them now would you? 😀
And what happened to the Sketch?
Ceased publication in 1971. And we used to just ask for scraps. The bits of leftover batter from frying the fish and free with a bag of chips. Never seemed as greasy as fish ‘n chips often are these days, or maybe that’s because I no longer live oop north 😉
As you know, Gilly, anything dilapidated gets my vote! Lovely.
That looks very ancient news.
Lovely old newspaper. I was brought up with newspapers – my dad worked for a wholesaler and then had his own newsagent shop so I was immersed in printed ink from an early age! I stopped buying them 20 years ago when they stopped being ‘news’ papers and became gossip rags.
The state of that newspaper looks like our house before we started renovations. 😕 I bet those prices in the ads have changed a lot since it was published. 🙂
I love old newspapers. Here, they are sometimes found in attics or between floors when used as insulation. 🙂 😛
You do know that’s not “wordless” right? 😀
A visit to an antique shop – Perhaps???