Hi to all.
Intended as a bit of fun. Hope you enjoy viewing this little series taken a couple of weeks ago when Jen and I went to the WWII Military and 40ís weekend held at the Headcorn Airfield in Kent. With lots of re-enactments and people dressed up on the day it is assumed that this pretty lady was acting the part of a 40ís pin-up girl from that time in history.
The Pin-Up Girls of the 1940's played an important part in maintaining morale during World War II and it is thought the term ďpin-upĒ started back then when soldiers would "pin up" their idealized pictures of girls on their barracks and bunker walls, and sailors did the same to lockers and bulkheads with Betty Grable, Rita Hayworth, and Lana Turner being amongst the early favourites.
Thanks for looking, the clicks, comments, and mods.
|Lens:||EF24-105mm F/4L IS USM |
|Recording media:||RAW (digital)|
|Flash:||Off, Did not fire|