October 11, 2011

Family Fun

The official description says this is two women and five men, but I'm seeing four women and three men. What say you?

Blount County, Tennessee
1918, photographer A. Randolph Shields

13 comments:

Steph(anie) said...

I think yer right.

Looks like a good time :)

A said...

Uh oh, I saw four and four. But I'm pretty tired. I think one of the "men" is a rock. (See that little grinning face with a Saddam mustache
and a flat hat?)

downtown guy said...

A, I have to say, I have no idea what you're talking about.

A said...

Over the shoulder of the rifle-holder who is second from the left.

Maybe I spent too much time at a formative stage decoding the little faces on the Sgt Pepper album cover.

Jeannie said...

2 women, 2 young men/boys, 3 men

Ms. Moon said...

Nope. You're right. Four women, three men.

B.E. Earl said...

All I see is a Thanksgiving celebration I wish I was invited to.

A said...

I can still see the tiny face emerging from the wall. But he's too small to be counted, aside from not being human. That hatchet sure has a skinny handle.

x-ray iris said...

Oh yeah, I see 4 women. & although the details of the photo omit a name, there are four feminine names listed: Clemmie, Loma, Martha & Frances. What a great shot. I'm tickled that you've had some time to post lately!

downtown guy said...

A: Now I see your little fellow. Good eye.

Yep, I'm still going with 4 women (the folks across the front). I wish I could see the dog better.

x-ray: me, too! I just had to get the school rhythm down.

May said...

Obviously four women. And they are having fun. I love this picture.

downtown guy said...

It's so interesting that their genders seems to be clearly different to different observers.

Sarcastic Bastard said...

Yeah, I see four bitches.