Couple from Detroit, Michigan

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What it is:

Photo (at least 7.5 x 10 inches) mounted into a folding cardboard frame/folder (the edges of this fabulous frame are cut off because it’s too big for my scanner!).

What I know about it:

Photographer is Fios Studio of Detroit, Michigan.  Otherwise undated and unidentified.

Comments:

I don’t know who these two are, but they look proud.  And they look like they mean business.

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8 comments on “Couple from Detroit, Michigan”

  1. Not sure why I cannot get the “like” button to work on any one’s blog, so here is a comment instead!

    • Thanks for bothering with a comment! It’s much appreciated. By the way, I had an awful time trying to “like” other people’s blogs when I first started. I also found that my own page views were being counted, and that I couldn’t preview my own posts. All that was solved when I learned I needed to check the “Accept third-party cookies” option in my browser preferences. So I don’t know if you’ve changed anything about your settings, but you might look to see if that, or your browser’s equivalent, is selected.

  2. Classy looking couple Matt. They have money.
    Where would I find the “Accept third-party cookies” option in my browser preferences. Under tools, options? Firefox, XP.

    • Thanks, Mike. I’m not super computer-savvy, so this confused me for a while until I posted a question about it on the WordPress help pages. I’ve been using Firefox. Go to “Preferences”, then to the “Privacy” settings. I already had “Accept cookies from sites” checked, but it was “Accept third-party cookies” that did the trick. I don’t know if I’m exposing myself to anything horrible on other sites that way, but it made WordPress function like it’s supposed to, which makes it worthwhile for now. I imagine other browsers have similar options, but I haven’t explored them yet.

  3. Um…I don’t want to mess with these delightful people in a dark alley.
    And I *really* don’t want to be their child, sibling, or caregiver in their later years. Holy ‘mole they look intense.

    • The fact that this is one of the largest photos in my collection is probably just a coincidence, but it somehow seems indicative of the force of their personalities.


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