Two young Indian Ladies who are wearing a Sari.
A Young woman of the Toda tribe.
An unknown Indian theatrical group at Mumbai, India.
A Boy of the Kadu Kuruba Tribe.
The Hooghly River Bank, Calcutta, India after a Cyclone had hit.
The Golden Temple of Amritsar in the Punjab, India this photograph taken in the 1860s.
This image to me needs no words it is so powerful in its meaning a widow and mother, a young son and an empty jacket, it is a form of post mortem photograph only without the body. What gets to me is the look in the woman’s eyes it’s harsh like Steele almost, but her … More An Image That Needs No Words!
The four sons of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert, Albert Edward, Prince of Wales later he would rule as King Edward VII, Prince Alfred, Duke of Edinburgh then he succeeded his uncle as Duke of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, Prince Arthur Duke of Connaught and Prince Leopold, Duke of Albany.
A group photograph of the five children of Edward VII and Alexandra of Denmark. In the back are the boys George born in 1865 he would succeed his father in 1910 as King and Emperor, then Albert Victor the eldest of the children he would die of pneumonia in January 1892 at Sandringham House then … More The Children of Edward VII.
A colourized photograph from about 1888 and shows Prince George of Wales and Prince Albert Victor of Wales with their Mother Alexandra, Princess of Wales.