AFP Hall Of Fame
“My father took this picture of my brothers and I. He’s from Slovakia and English is his second language. Maybe he couldn’t read the sign.”
(submitted by Jessica)
If only it were Halloween every day.
(submitted by Reg)
“This is a photo of my great grandmother Hannah after landing in Hawaii. I found it yesterday while going through a box of my grandmother’s stuff. Apparently she wasn’t “ready” when that photo was taken and didn’t like it. She did, however, like the gentleman in the photo with her.”
(submitted by Amy)
“This is a a portrait taken of my family for my tenth birthday. The photographer asked us for a serious look, a la Old Timey photos. I kept giggling so he told me to ‘look more like your Dad!’ Easy enough.”
(submitted by Ken)
Nobody wanted to pull him.
(submitted by Julian)
Everything he did, he did for his family.
(submitted by Regina)
Art from every angle.
(submitted by Estacio)
At least one of them was convinced.
(submitted by Jeffrey)
He wanted them in his heart and in the dermis layer of his skin.
(submitted by Deidre)
“This was my Christening, June 1971. I’m the baby obviously, my Godmother is holding me, my parents are next to her. Their hideous outfits aren’t the “awkward” part of this photo. In the background, my grandmother is pulling my sister’s hair while my brother is recovering from a smack! All of this right on the front steps of a church.”
(submitted by Debbie)