Very nice and touching tribute, Leah. I feel as if I somehow know him...
My favorite is the one in '38 with his camera. I can see a bit of creativity there with that hint of a mischievous smile, and that fabulous curly hair.
That second photo gave me chills. I felt like a ghost story could be built around it.
Is that one of those novelty bow ties that squirts water?Because I want one.
Now, that, is a photographic journey. Wonderful!
Intriguing that as a child he looked very serious but as he got older his expression grew more humorous as if he came to appreciate the funny side of life.
Nice! I love the shot in 1928 where he's holding a camera - what a great face. And the bar mitzvah shot!
Wow! Very nice!
A picture says a 1000 words and a photo album is a wealth of living.
i like the one with the camera and the very last is a picture of a man at peace with the world
You can see the child in the man,and the adult in the child it's good to see how we stay the same in so many ways throughout our lives. Hope he's a happy man, seems it.
Aww they're all great. He definitely has a wicked 'twinkle' in his eye.
Fantastic! Thank you! Like Willow, I think the self-portrait is the best of the bunch.
What a neat progression through his life. He has a good smile.
aw harold...what a wonderful smile....love, love, love the third picture and the self-portrait with camera
what a great sequencewhat great hair!I like the group photo, and the camera picture - and how lovely to see him in his old full-colour age too
Oh, how to wrap up someones life in a few essential photos... nice! -J
They don't need any words.Wonderful pictures!Have a great day :)
I like his twinkly smile.
I love how you've done this! No words necessary—each picture is so evocative and tells such a story.I think I see a bit of Tillie in you, Leah. The last photo is a grand one. You must be so happy to have it.(I have one featuring someone on a horse too - must dig it out.)Kat
how very cool. love the one of him and his camera...the look on his face...
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Beautiful photos. There are thousands of words in this post.
I love the pictures of him with his camera and his books.
love uncle harold's smile!
The smile in '38 says, "I'm not that altar boy in the previous photo."Nice chronology.
A lifetime in photies, perfect... So eloquently done.
I really like old photos.
I love old pictures...the texture, the black and white colors...the stories behind them :)xoxo
It looks like your Great Uncle Harold has lived a pretty awesome life. I love the old photos. They just seem to have more integrity and character to them than the digital photos we have today. Thanks for sharing.
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