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Memories of Deal

By dandeakin
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“My Grandfather had Beloved Florence’s father put out of fellowship for their beliefs. They didn’t think that women should have to wear hats on Sundays or take prayer in church. Florence’s family thought they were daft and moved to a different church after that. There was resentment for a long time though and much concern when we in the next generation ignored it.”

Tags: Memories Photo journalism D700 Kent War Photojournalism Deal Fx Local history Memorys

Voters: SlowSong, woolybill1, pablophotographer and 7 more


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pablophotographer 5 684 270
22 Feb 2013 7:28PM
it would be nice to kno where the quote comes from....

Excellent picture as regards to the setting, format and choice of colour (greyscale)
I am not sure if the person has posed for you intentionally.

Would a woman in a dress of Victorian times with her arms open or stretched to you
be a better person to tell the above story you quoted?

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pablophotographer 5 684 270
22 Feb 2013 7:29PM
is the book valled "memories of deal"?
helenlinda Plus
9 344 22 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2013 7:52PM
Oh the joys of hats on Sundays - being a chapel person I remember it well !!!!
Love the composition here Danny SmileSmile
Helen
dandeakin 9 209 3 England
22 Feb 2013 8:11PM
Hi Pablo, I forgot to put "#11/21" at the beginning of the description. I've just added it. The previous ten uploads are are all related.
abeeror2 4 22 Australia
22 Feb 2013 8:28PM
Love the composition, great image!
mrswoolybill Plus
10 990 1514 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2013 9:10PM
Oh dear. I'm with Florence and her family here. I love an anarchist.
He has a knowing smile. He's a subversive too, on the quiet.
My daughter is getting married in May. I have come to an agreement with her fiancé's mother. No hats.
Moira
dandeakin 9 209 3 England
22 Feb 2013 9:58PM
Family politics!

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