We live in a world with photos and pictures everywhere. I recently got an invitation from a blog friend to join Pinterest, that is a social photo sharing website. It’s something new to me so I’ve tried to read and understand what it is. I still don’t know if it’s something for me. Please let me know if you have an opinion about it.
I have instead been looking at photos in my own computer and found pictures that I don’t understand how I got them. They are not from my camera. So they must have been photos from websites that I have visited and than they have been saved without my knowledge. I have totally forgotten them!
I started a kind of “clean up” and deleted almost everyone.
But there was an old black and white photo that sparked my curiosity. I remember that I once was searching for pictures with clothes from the years about 1900. My school celebrated 100 years and we had a day when we dressed up with “old clothes”. So this photo must have been from that occasion when I was looking for ideas, but I can tell you that I didn’t look like these girls that day….
No, I looked much more proper, like this:
As I said, I loved the photo of the girls on the car so much and I wanted to write something about it. I thought about the rights to share a photo on the blog without asking the photographer. (I had my suspicions that he or she could be dead….but then maybe someone else will sue me.... well I'll take that risk)
I saw this little i in the right corner of the photo! And Hocus Pocus, the title Mack Sennett’s bathing beauties posed on automobile came. So Ella Jaknell Detective No 1 immediately searched for the name Mack Sennett. Maybe you already know him, but I didn’t so it was interesting to know more about this man who have caught my interest about 50 years after his death just because of a photo.
The text I found about this man also included the name of his Bathing beauties, they were Juanita Hansen, Claire Anderson, Marie Prevost, Phyllis Haver, and Carole Lombard.