Tuesday, 18 April 2017

99 : Teatime In Jersey




A further scan from the photographs of a group of friends who, by now, are becoming rather familiar to us - it's the Jersey Boys (and Jersey Girls). We can tell they are still on the island from the lifebuoy hanging conveniently just in shot. I can make out Jersey and the other word might well be "harbour" - and the wall at the back certainly has the strength and solidity of a typical harbour wall.

​Once again, a rough guess at the date would come up with the mid 1950s - that half smoked cigarette tucked behind the ear is as accurate a marker as any date stamp.

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