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Mike Waghorne… The picture’s stayed in your mind !
John Warner… Frequently!
Stuart Moir… The kids today don’t know they’re born, my parents had to struggle to heat the house when I was a youngan, front room fire being stoked up for us to get dressed for school, I remember playing football for my school team in weather like this .
Colin Bell… Stuart, What was worse Stuart was my school making us play rugby in this weather…brrr!
Stuart Moir… Us too mate, I played for the A side all through school so was considered a reasonably player but we were told to get stuck in for the reputation of our school football record .
Garry Wonfor… Stuart, LUXURY…. When we were kids, we had to get up before we’d gone to bed, eat sand for breakfast, and then our dad would beat us to death with his belt before making us work for thirty seven hours a day up the chimney.
Mike Cramp… Up a chimney ? That”s indoors. You were lucky ! Etc. Etc. Etc.
Ann Hogg… Garry, and we had to lick road clean with tongue.
Ricky Adelaide… Stuart, we only had one candle to keep us warm and when it was really cold we lit the candle
Keith Flanigan… Remember scraping off ice, on the inside of your windows?
Tim Moose Bruce… Wish I took more pictures when I was younger.
Jacqueline Williamson… Good, warm, grounded friendships. Pictures forever imprinted in our memories.
Richard Downer… When I were lad we might go all year without having photographs taken, on our yearly day outing
Alastair Thompson… So true indeed ! Well said … I was so happy growing up in the 60s and 70s ( born 63 ) … https://www.theseedsoftime.net
Rob Ramsden… I still dont. I have kids too and always want to take pictures but just try to be fully in the moment when I am with them and deliberately remember. The camera tends to ruin moments make people feel self conscious etc.
Tracy Birrell… Too poor to have a camera growing up.
Stuart Moir… My dad bought my first camera for my birthday a brownie box I was made up with it