Headpile

July 26th, 2012

We honor these brave young pioneers.

(submitted by Colleen and courtesy of the very cool Retronaut.co)

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13 Responses to “Headpile”

  1. Dan says:

    Very pretty ladies… real head turners!

  2. Juliane says:

    Ah, they really knew how to have fun back in the day!

  3. Anne says:

    Is that another person behind the bare tree trunk, wearing a plaid shirt and leaning on the dresser?

  4. Andy Bernocco says:

    I give the gals a two thumbs up for even managing that awkward pose in a corset

  5. Sara D says:

    This is one of those “vintage” portraits taken at a photo booth you see in a carnival or amusement park, where they dress you up in old-looking garb and take an “old-fashioned” photo. I admit, the head pile does make it unique!

  6. Debbie says:

    Most old photos have stiff non-smiling faces because it took so much longer for the ‘flash’ to work, sometimes hours. Hard to hold a smile for that length of time :) But this looks great, might get my 7 kids to do a pic like this.

  7. Molly says:

    I actually love this photo. It’s rare to see victorian women being silly. I love their beautiful smiles. This is something my girl friends and I would do. I guess young ladies haven’t changed that much:)

  8. Snowrider says:

    Top: Yertle. Bottom: Mack.

  9. Snowrider says:

    Is that one of those white molded plant stands that they sell at Bed, Bath and Beyond?

  10. JanG says:

    these women were clearly ‘a-head’ of their time… :)

  11. natalie says:

    yes!! saw this on retronaut the other day and immediately thought, “AFP!” pioneers, indeed!

  12. Chips Mow says:

    Charmingly Eastern European. What could their story have been? Young Pioneers leaving for Palestine, perhaps? I retroactively wish them well.

  13. Kootie says:

    i’ve got a box full of old family photos- most very stiff in pose. nice to see people actually had a sense of humor back then…

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