Sunday, October 28, 2012

Free Vintage DIgital Stamp - Victorian Lady

Free Digital Stamp

I just adore vintage fashion!!!
Loving this image...
{Click on jpg image to download/save...}
300 dpi printable

I wonder if this was comfortable to wear?
Tiny waist, giant puffy sleeves?
Hmmm?

Folks had much smaller and 
narrow feet back then too.
Ever see antique shoes on display?
They are quite small...

{Click on png image to download/save...}
The above image has a transparent background.

Perfect for a preset 
Photoshop brush
or Collage Art!!!

For commercial or personal use...

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Yesterday, I posted some cemetery photos...
I'm glad I'm not the only one that finds
them fascinating...thank you for sharing
your comments!!! LOL!

When I was riding in a NYC cab, I spot
this old cemetery, not realizing HOW
massive it was!!!

YIKES!! This is in Queens, NY and it
goes on for miles & miles...on BOTH
sides of the expressway!!!

There are over 3 million burials!!!
WOW!

Click on the photo to enlarge it to get
a better look at the amount of headstones
there are...crazy, huh?

One could easily get lost there for certain!
LOL!

Thanks for stopping by!!! ;)

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5 comments:

  1. I find cemeteries fascinating..took more pictures of headstones in Cuba than anything else! Just discovered you - what a fantastic resource you are providing to all of us. Following you here and on P.

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  2. WOW!!!!!!! I guess people in N.Y. City have to bury their dead too!
    As for the image, THANK YOU!!!!!!! ALWAYS LOVE VICTORIAN LADIES! Just remember, they wore CORSETS!!!!!!!! AND I'll bet they did the same thing with their feet!!!!!!!!! (Just a GUESS!) I HAVE heard people were smaller back then too! THANKS PAMELA!!!! :)

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  3. Used to walk through the Hollywoodland Cemetery every day...on my way to 8th grade...not only a short cut, but fascinating..you can't do it anymore, which is a shame.

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  4. Thanks for this great lady!

    We have spent some time in old cemetaries and are always fascinated by the headstones. We once found a family who had lost several members, all within just a few weeks. Most likely an epidemic of some sort. Made us appreciate the times we live in now and modern medicine!

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Thank-you for your comments! I am so flattered that you stopped by! xo

-pamela :)

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