This week’s Photo Friday is pretty light — and optimistic — fare. My historicizing was stunted today by repeated reports of the massive hurricane currently barreling up the eastern seaboard. So I decided to select an historical photo — a personal favorite — that expresses the kind of happy, bucolic reality I’d rather be experiencing this weekend.
This candid shot was snapped during the General Conference of 1953, which convened at Niagara Christian Collegiate. The people in the image are unidentified, but I am intrigued by their lack of plain clothes.
Like I said, today’s post is pretty light and almost entirely absent of analysis. But maybe that’s ideal for a day largely occupied by disaster prep and Weather Channel watching.
If you’re a reader on the East Coast, stay safe this weekend.