May 13, 2015

Ruffles and Lace

woman in long dressThis is the lady who greeted us at the historic home of Martinsburg's founder. I admired her dress, and she explained that it was originally her daughter's dress. She added the lace, which she took from a curtain.


15 comments:

  1. I'm a bit out of the loop (got a bit of catching up to do), but this lady looks quite amazing; like a kind of friendly ghost.

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  2. She has the most luminous smile!

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  3. I like folks who live history. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  4. Yes, she is a Lady! Fantastic seen with your Camera for WatW!

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  5. Pretty lady, the lace is lovely. Have a happy day!

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  6. That's a wonderfully wise face. Great shot.

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  7. Nice black and white portrait!

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  8. That is a wonderful portrait and very resourceful of the lady to add lace to the dress.

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  9. Wow - she is perfect to bring the visit to life, how lovely!
    Wren x

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  10. Rather like someone you expect to see in Williamsburg!

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  11. I enjoy places where the people dress like that in period costumes.

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  12. What a pretty smile that lady had... She looked as if she was enjoying being there and talking to all of you.... NEAT dress.

    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  13. Wonderful photo, I love all the lace on her dress.

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  14. Oh what a wonder photo. How clever to add the dress.
    This was a great shot!

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