Who Were They?

Lost and forgotten photos from the past

This was with the previous photo, and shows a small girl in a kimono that has been tinted pink with a blue sash, and her geta sandal thong was also tinted blue. She is sitting on the step and looking back into the house. I imagine her mother called her just at that moment and Dad took the photo anyway.

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10 thoughts on “Small girl in pink kimono

  1. postcardy says:

    That’s a cute picture of the girl and the color really makes it come alive.

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  2. Bob Scotney says:

    The colour makes it really interesting. Was she being scolded for sucking her thumb?

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  3. Alan Burnett says:

    Lovely. There is something so universal about the pose. The child could be anywhere – Trenton, Tewkesbury or Tokyo : children are all the same.

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  4. Brett Payne says:

    Wonderful photograph, even if it was carefully posed, thank you.

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  5. She is such a living doll. I love this photo; thanks so much for sharing it with us.

    Happy SS!

    Kathy M.

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  6. It’s me again … I was reading the other links on SS and when I click on yours, it doesn’t come to this page, it only shows an error code. I got to you through the comment you left for me.

    Just wanted you to know. :>)

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  7. TICKLEBEAR says:

    delightful picture and the tinting is an interesting aspect that i’ve seen in some of my family photographs but to a lesser degree of success. this requires skills.
    :)~
    HUGZ

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  8. She is just as cute as she can be..the coloring artist must have really enjoyed his or her work this day:)

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  9. I think this one has to be my favorite of the three. What a little cutie…

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  10. So cute! I wonder where she is today. I agree with all the others. The colors make it so much prettier.

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