"Leturn to Your Loots"


4 comments posted
As one of the people seated

As one of the people seated around that very eclectic Sedar table in 1984, it's very sweet to look at the photo and see those interested faces, some long-forgotten and others much remembered and missed.

I like the idea of the omer counting and also your musings very much.

Posted by suzanne on May 17, 2006 3:12 AM
What a fascinating journey,

What a fascinating journey, and what a handsome gift of a post. You remind me how silent and strong roots are, and how difficult it is to see one's core. Thanks much.

Posted by Peter on May 17, 2006 7:44 PM
Suzanne and Peter, thanks

Suzanne and Peter, thanks for the comments and kudos.

I love the old-fashioned print-processing from China on the last photo. The decorative edges really add something. (I had to put a black book on top of the photo in the scanner to make them show up.) I wonder if photo processors in China still do that or whether they've become like us in this aspect also.

Posted by Shai Gluskin on May 17, 2006 11:57 PM
It does add something, like

It does add something, like elegant and understated frames. I bought a set of scissors that make different borders, but my hobby (those Creative Memories photo albums) never took off. Guess I discovered blogging and flickr instead.

Posted by Peter on May 18, 2006 6:30 PM