A picnic beside the Superbank last century. BYO china teapot, cups and card table. Left to right: Nana Brine, Hughie, Aggie, Frank & Aunty Clair - Greenmount 1949. Photographer: Anonymous.
Somebody else's Nana outside a pub across the road from the interstate train station. Continuing our anonymous thread while up north a cyclone fizzles out then reforms like a high tide monster backwash sending it's spray over a million square miles of Brinetopia.
Astute observers may have noticed a new link to John Maloof's site dedicated to the late Vivian Maier, a possibly French born resident of Chicago who passed away in 2009 leaving over 100000 medium format black and white negatives of Chicago street scenes of the 1950s and 1960s. According to the blog, she was virtually anonymous in her hometown. Maloof is resurrecting her work and organising the processing of another 15000 images probably from the 1970s.