Wednesday, September 14, 2011

My Brother's Charges

These pictures were taken many years ago at various locations. During the recent festive holidays there were some requests from my nephews and nieces to see my collection of slides and photos. These may be of interest to those featured. Those whose photos are not here will get to see them as and when later.


Nostalgia Series #5
Dec 1974: Ipoh
Image1: Ghafar with Ebby

 Image2: Munah's turn with Ebby

 Image3: Shadah, Munah with Ebby and Saba

Dec 1974: K.Pilah
Image1: Adura and Abang Am at Grandma's


Dec 1975: Ipoh
Image1 : Adura with Ebby

 Image2: Abang Am playing downstairs


June1978: PJ
Image1: Razak,Hafee,Dayang,Ebby and Abang Am

 Image2: Adura,Dayang,Ebby and Abang Am

 Image3: Dayang found something on Pak Teh's car


 Image4: Abang Am,Ebby and Dayang

                                                         
June 1979 PJ
Image1: Shadah,Hafi,Adura and Ebby



 June1981 TTDI                                                      
Image1: Hafi,Alifi,Dayang and Adura
Back Row: Alizi,Abang Am and Ebby


 Oct 1982 TTDI
Image1: Abang Am,Alizi,Faiz,Adura and Dayang


Image2: Azlan all by himself


Apr 1985 Ampang Park
Image1: Nana and Azlan


Image2: The 2 again


Image3: Ebby and someone


Image4: Abang Am and Azlan


Image5: Abang Am and Dayang


Image6: Azlan and Nana



Image7: The 2 again


37 comments:

Al-Manar said...

I had just left a comment on your earlier entry when I noticed this one. You have kept your old colour photos well. Mine seem to have faded away. It is fun to watch our old albums and imagine ourselves young men with full of energy.....

ninotaziz said...

I must try this. I have photos from times which precede me...

kaykuala said...

Dear Pak Cik,
Honestly, I thought my slides were worst. They turned mouldy. Digital printings brought the shine back
The idea is to let them see them selves at play 30 yrs ago. They are at liberty to pick and choose those they fancy into their Facebook or create their own folders. They didn't know these snapshots exist at all.

kaykuala said...

Ninot Ma'am,
Yes, why not! It may bring laughter at the fashion of that era and things like that.

oceangirl said...

You have a wonderful collection. The pictures are precious, many must be grateful that you have them.

Dave King said...

Every one a winner! Lovely pics.

Ebby Amran said...

Thanks Pak Lang, didn't recall the event but I was cute then... am still now hehehe...

kaykuala said...

Ebby,
I'll be putting in a Part 2 shortly where you have all grown bigger

Hank

SandyCarlson said...

A wonderful chronicle!

Brian Miller said...

hank...i can not currently comment on your other blog because of embedded commenting..i keep trying but...did not want you to think i was ignoring you...

cool pics...

Stafford Ray said...

Lovely set of smiling faces. Always a joy to see!

Ed Pilolla said...

fun photos. i enjoy going thru old pictures.

ipin90 said...

what a wonderful day...i wish i was there too..

Hazel said...

Old family photos make one nostalgic indeed. Lucky nephews and nieces to have been shown visuals of their family history.

Jim said...

Hi Kay ~~ Welcome to Succintly Yours.
That's a very thoughtful post. Those kids work hard for so very little don't they?
..
I came over here to leave a comment. Your other blog doesn't let me in because I have to use the URL and Name part.
Blogger doesn't think I'm signed in and your don't allow my kind of sign-i-up or annonymous.
I had the say problem like that before but I found this one that will let me comment. The pop-up comment form lets me comment also as does this type.

I hope you find my comment.
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norzah said...

Akhi Hank, I've changed my desktop and all the bookmarks i've made for my favorite bloggers have gone. So, I've to google to find you again.

Well, I found you and have a wonderful time going through the postings that I missed. Wow so many wonderful pictures which tell a most happy and adventurous story. I must congratulate you on your assiduity in letting the camera and front cover stamps record all the exciting moments of the past. Thus you manage to compress history into a few pictures.

I've not done that and many important images of the past had slipped away. I shall now try to recollect them , emulating your example. Thanks for the lesson and your regular visits to my site.

Lily Riani said...

very nostalgic indeed

Al-Manar said...

Your comment box for Rainbow refused this entry:

You can do this in a poetic way. That is greaty, Hank

I think I can send it via this.

Jim said...

Hi Hank ~~ Nope, still can't leave comment. It has to be a form like this or the pop up. Or allow anonymous comments because URL comes with that on your type.

My comment for this week:

"Hi Hank ~~ This is a nice set of verses. 'Be ready' is one of the coaches favorite sayings.

Two of my kids ran marathons, one still does. I did not but did run two to six miles for fun. But also I wore my knee out and am now recuperating from a total left knee implant.
.."

SparkleFarkle said...

Wonderous family moments Kodak-y captured for all time! What is best is I see sparkles of love in each and everyone's eyes!

Happy daybe yours,
SparkleFDarkle~~~~~*

The Observer said...

exactly

Shockgrubz said...

This is a great way to preserve family history. Loved the pics. I'll follow.

SandyCarlson said...

This is a great sequence.

Tara Tyler said...

i love how we can see ourselves in each generation. timeless, wonderful pics

Sherry Blue Sky said...

Such BEAUTIFUL children!!!!!!!

Jack said...

Hey, nice pictures man, I really liked the post. Keep up the good work!

Jack said...

Hey, good post man, I really liked the pictures.

Cressida de Nova said...

You have a lovely family Hank.

Mishla M said...

A darling family, ty for sharing.

Zeba said...

These are beautiful pictures..

Kenia Cris said...

Oh I loved the photos!!! What a fine collection of childhood memories, the smiles on your faces, so vivid, so nice. <3

Joylene Nowell Butler said...

Beautiful faces. Made me smile. Thanks, Kaykuala!

Z @ Kicking Kilos said...

:) really nice slideshow!

Sanaa Rizvi said...

This is lovely :)

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Robert Bennett said...

Holy moley! So many kids! I come from an incredibly small family so thinking about dealing with this many little ones (and therefore people later on) is just mind-boggling.

The Blog of Bee said...

Enchanting! A lovely collection of memories.