Made in the Forties: Sunday Stills

There’s only one subject in these photographs which I can definitely affirm was ‘made in the forties’.  🙂  The others are pretty much guesswork.  To see other takes on the prompt visit the Sunday Stills site by clicking the link.

About Sandra

I cruise the French waterways with my husband four or five months a year, and write fiction and poetry. I love animals, F1 motor racing, French bread and my husband, though not necessarily in that order.
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10 Responses to Made in the Forties: Sunday Stills

  1. mickscogs says:

    Classic Sixties shot of something made in the Forties Sandra. Good choice.


    • Sandra says:

      🙂 My mother used to say, “cut that fringe, you’ll go blind peering through that” and “you’ll ruin your feet wearing winklepickers like those”. She was certainly right on the second count.

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  2. Sandra, Good photos. 🙂 — Susan


  3. Sandra, What a great car and think of all the trips the luggage went on. Tom The Backroads Traveller


  4. Never mind the car and luggage! You are drop-dead gorgeous in that photo, Sandra. You remind me of a combination Jean Shrimpton – Brigitte Bardot, honestly. WOW. And what are winklepickers?


    • Sandra says:

      Oh I think I was short of a couple of attributes to qualify for the Bardot thing, Barbara. 🙂 Winklepickers – stiletto heeled shoes with toes so pointed they could kill at ten paces. So pointed they said you could pick winkles out of their shells with them. In those days I used to walk half a mile to the bus stop, catch a bus into the local town, another bus out of the town to the station, a train to the nearest city, and walk a couple of miles across the city to the TV studios where I worked. All in these pointy three to four inch stilettos. I’m paying the price for all that now… 😦 Thank you for commenting so kindly.

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  5. Great collection of 40’s stuff. Those grey cases look a bit the worse for wear. 🙂


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