Online journal of West Virginia Storyteller Granny Sue.
Neat ! I've seen a book for teachers filled with such photos of shapes and bright colors, no text. Teachers show a class of youngsters one of the photos and ask them to "tell the story" of the picture. A creative way to encourage children and get them ready for writing their own stories. Thank you !!Dgranna
OMG my mother used to have that same set of metallic colored glasses. I think they came from the auction at the stock sale in Moorefield. Well, our set did - I'm sure they were made somewhere far more sanitary.
She did a great job with the pictures! I like the one of the pickles! They look yummy!
I loved all the photos! Great job, Grace! I was curious about the top left photo. I thought those were aluminum glasses but don't know that I ever saw any quite that shape. Tell more, sometime!
I found the aluminum cups at a local antique store, Matthew and Nance. We had some like them when I was a child and I've always remembered the chilly beaded water that would trickle down their sidea when filled with a cold drink. These were a little pricey and it took me several months to get the price down. Even then, they were $23. But worth it to me for the memories and the pleasure my grandchildren get from using them--choosing a color and knowing that they won't break!
Grace really loves that camera.You may have a photographer in the making!
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