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a passport photograph/photo
a wedding photograph/picture
▪ my mother’s old wedding photographs
compromising letter/photograph/picture etc
framed photograph
▪ a framed photograph
take a picture/photograph/photo
▪ Would you mind taking a photo of us together?
▪ Oblique aerial photographs show sites in the context of the landscape and can also be used for preparing archaeological maps.
▪ And Rodman, in a blonde-ambition mode, rebounded like there were no Lakers present, although aerial photographs confirmed there were.
▪ Morrison's aerial photographs show narrow paths going straight across miles of rugged countryside.
▪ Air photographs Aerial photographs are often a useful way to start to approach these historic landscapes and townscapes.
▪ The Red Sea guide is illustrated with full colour aerial photographs with overlays showing suggested underwater routes.
▪ The defendants took an aerial photograph of the plaintiff's house and were sued for trespass to land.
▪ During World War I he worked on the western front in a field survey company and in interpretation of aerial photographs.
▪ These can include site plans, satellite images, aerial photographs, geophysical survey, as well as maps.
▪ The black and white photograph of a romanticised work environment seems to represent both the past and present.
▪ It's an old black and white photograph which I cut out many years ago from a now long defunct feature magazine.
▪ The black and white photograph had been taken years before, but the small boy was undoubtedly Richie.
▪ First he takes black and white photographs of the parchments in ultra-violet light.
▪ The book is illustrated by the superb black and white photographs of the late Geoffrey Berry.
▪ It turns out, too, that Tod has a black chest with photographs of women in it.
▪ I was fascinated by these glossy black and white photographs.
▪ Statuettes, framed photographs and a clock crashed against the wall.
▪ A framed photograph of Sarah, taken on her eighteenth birthday, was on the sideboard.
▪ Between the lamps, just as in a proper home, was a pair of framed photographs.
▪ There were framed photographs and testimonials on the panelled walls, and some bits of polished machinery in a glass case.
▪ There, all alone, stood a large framed photograph of himself, Renée and Mandy.
▪ In the middle was a framed photograph of a woman, whom Dexter recognised as Maggie Parkin, holding a baby.
▪ A letter knife, an ink-block, a framed photograph and a large, folio-sized journal.
▪ A framed photograph of Jimmy Hill was dislodged behind the bar and fell, shattering bottles and glasses.
▪ Inside were over a dozen large black-and-white photographs of Dolly in various street situations.
▪ The only explanation for this relatively low price is that West must have signed a large number of photographs in her day.
▪ There were several large photographs and the one that he was particularly fond of certainly gives the impression of the successful impresario.
▪ At the home of Rose Falconio, a large photograph of James takes center stage on a living room wall.
▪ There, all alone, stood a large framed photograph of himself, Renée and Mandy.
▪ Without a word Voss then passed her a large photograph.
▪ Every cake has a large full-colour photograph and helpful step-by-step illustrations to make the various recipe stages even clearer.
▪ Edouard glanced at the large photograph on the front page and looked away.
▪ The Boston text reproduces old photographs of founding members.
▪ You see it even in the oldest photographs, in all the oldest maps, where the Philadelphia &038; Reading rolled by.
▪ The faces in the old photographs look out solemnly and silently at us.
▪ Or the quality of student furnishings revealed in old photographs.
▪ When carrying out interviews, artefacts or old photographs can sometimes provide useful stimulus.
▪ She asked me to gather up old photographs of myself which I liked and bring them to our next session.
▪ It was like coming across an embarrassing old photograph of herself.
▪ The frozen and remote feeling of the old portrait photograph which repelled artists like Redon has had an intense attraction for others.
▪ The black and white photograph of a romanticised work environment seems to represent both the past and present.
▪ Jim Feng pushes aside a bottle of soy sauce and slides a black-and-#white photograph across the table.
▪ Black and white photographs of long-dead pastors hung crookedly on the walls beside class pictures from Holy Trinity School circa 1940.
▪ It's an old black and white photograph which I cut out many years ago from a now long defunct feature magazine.
▪ Inside the funeral program was a black-and-#white photograph of the gnarled hands of an elderly man.
▪ The black and white photograph had been taken years before, but the small boy was undoubtedly Richie.
▪ There are three black-and-#white photographs of the ocean.
▪ Get out the photograph album, remember old times and cry - if that is what feels right for you to do.
▪ I looked just like the young girl my grandmother had shown me in her photograph albums.
▪ Next time you visit Fenland Aviation Museum, make a point of looking at the photograph albums pertaining to the Merlin's strip-down.
▪ They may as well have been a small part of a photograph album gathering dust in the depth of some one's attic.
▪ Ask to see the entire range of photograph albums together with any extras you may require such as pocket books and frames.
▪ Helen headed for the nearest one and asked about photograph albums.
▪ She remembered that somewhere Dorothy had kept old photograph albums and, on a whim, began to search for them.
▪ On a photograph album a For easy going daily life, the dear and valuable memorandum b Photographs 8.
▪ Last week, two community newspapers in Howard County ran front-page, color photographs of a naked man tending a campfire.
▪ But the quality of paper used allows stunning color photographs, beautifully reproduced.
▪ You will see the color photographs taken at the scene.
▪ Harvey Drummond has given me a color photograph he took at the front of Villa Volkov.
▪ A crisp, clean color photograph of the finished dish accompanies each recipe.
▪ Paperback. 122 pages with colour photographs and illustrations.
▪ It has an enticing colour photograph of palm trees and white sand.
▪ It's full of great colour photographs and is all about endangered animals.
▪ Correct colour photographs are difficult to achieve.
▪ He carried a colour photograph of his mill in the same way that others carry their wives and children.
▪ The exhibition is lavishly illustrated with colour photographs and features a moss garden composed entirely of local Ulster mosses.
▪ Hardback. 157 pages. Colour photographs.
▪ From her handbag Blanche took out a colour photograph of Patricia Hoskin.
▪ They refused to allow him to examine his sister's file except to show him that it contained a photograph of her.
▪ CompuServe recently shut down direct access to certain newsgroups containing indecent photographs and material.
▪ She pulled from under the bed a box containing photographs and cuttings from happier days.
▪ The ranch house, corral and outbuildings have been restored and contain exhibits, photographs and period furniture.
▪ The book contains 58 photographs of this unprepossessing site.
▪ It contains photographs and activities related to works of art for children ages 7 to 10.
▪ At the same time he also passed to us a folder containing photographs of the crashed aircraft.
▪ The Bruins version contains photographs of the new FleetCenter, in which the team began playing only last year.
▪ Rank-and-file members are allowed to have one small framed photograph on their desks or in their work areas.
▪ As I pace I notice a framed photograph hanging over the glass-front cabinet.
▪ Along the shadowed walls are framed photographs of men and women.
▪ On a table near the bed there was a framed photograph of a blond, beefy-faced young man.
▪ A wide selection from the museum's collection is illustrated in beautiful photographs by Ferrazzini.
▪ Many books on art were illustrated with actual photographs in those years.
▪ The exhibition is lavishly illustrated with colour photographs and features a moss garden composed entirely of local Ulster mosses.
▪ Somewhere along the way the book turned into a chronicle of family stories, illustrated with family photographs.
▪ The Activity Book is in full colour and is heavily illustrated with photographs of scenes from the video.
▪ I was thinking of a text illustrated with his photographs: a memorial.
▪ Both are lavishly illustrated throughout with period photographs and technical drawings.
▪ It is fully illustrated with colour photographs.
▪ Our contribution to Minerva included a photograph of the angiogram, but this was not published.
▪ These will include photographs taken at the cabin, and objects seized from it.
▪ It also includes photographs, drawings, prints, ceramics, textiles and furniture.
▪ Divided by region of Great Britain, it includes photographs and detailed descriptions of each property.
▪ A statistical Part Three rounds off a well-presented book which includes over 160 photographs, a number in colour.
▪ Nonstatistical techniques will include the use of photographs, maps, drawings and illustrations.
▪ News photographers were allowed to take photographs during certain moments of the trial, including photographs of Clarence Darrow addressing the court.
▪ Barros and Pereira were the main sources for the article, which included photographs of the ceremony.
▪ In looking at childhood photographs, her sullenness, always seeming to be apart, looking rather sour, tense.
▪ You flip to the back flap of the book and look at the photograph of Peter Rock.
▪ When he looked at the photograph, yes.
▪ We were looking at a photograph.
▪ Brown looked at a photograph of his wife on his desk.
▪ In looking at an Adams photograph, the salient effect is of sharp and even surreal contrast.
▪ She looked nothing like her photograph.
▪ Malatie looked at the photographs of each of her children with equal pride.
▪ On one occasion she agreed to pose for photographs on the condition that she would then be left alone.
▪ I saw Kim Anh in her wedding dress, and the stiffly posed photographs.
▪ Then, one day, Wilkens saw a group of his peers posing for a photograph.
▪ Scarborough Group enticed internationally renowned playwright Alan Ayckbourn into posing for a press photograph while signing appeal letters.
▪ His men posed for photographs holding severed heads.
▪ In their magnificently illustrated accounts, they had even published drawings and photographs of these remains.
▪ In 1860 Louis Martinet published two volumes of photographs o principal works of contemporary art.
▪ He lectured and exhibited and published his photographs in a series of successful books.
▪ In 1857 Colnaghi published photographs of the Manchester Art Treasures exhibition.
▪ She checked, but saw only a few photographs of a passing-out parade, a map, some pens and a blotter.
▪ Everyone who sees these photographs gasps.
▪ Elizabeth had seen photographs of Dale in Tom's house, and photographs of her older brother Lucas.
▪ You will see the color photographs taken at the scene.
▪ Then I saw the photographs in the newspapers, and I was still unsure.
▪ When she saw the photograph, Gloria said it looked more like Tom than Tom did.
▪ Rainbow Rabbit would love to read your letters and poems and see your photographs.
▪ And there, exactly as he had seen it in the photographs, was TMA-1.
▪ You will need to send a photograph to Spotlight, too.
▪ Well, you could at least send a photograph.
▪ She did, however, ask that Christine send her a photograph.
▪ Newsletters are sent out and photographs of your chosen pony.
▪ Working hard in excellent position in Gurgaon factory. Send photograph and horoscope.
▪ He'd asked Ashdown to send him a photograph that he could use.
▪ He sent me a photograph of it recently.
▪ Various suggestions are shown in the facing photograph.
▪ They were shown photographs by Steichen, Demachy, Puyo and others and asked to comment on them.
▪ He offered to show me her photograph, but he could not find it.
▪ We also have two full-color inserts to show maps and photographs whose major features need color.
▪ As we were standing by my car, Dean showed me a photograph of his girlfriend.
▪ Might we not show these photographs to the government and land the people in trouble?
▪ I show their photographs to new members when they join and they gaze, open-mouthed, at the transformation.
▪ In their sorrow, the Sisters showed me several photographs of Bapi that had been taken over the years.
▪ Perhaps the local paper will take photographs for a story and make copies available to you afterwards.
▪ I want you to take photographs in every season.
▪ I dodge amongst the mud and greasy boulders trying to take photographs in the gloomy light.
▪ News photographers were allowed to take photographs during certain moments of the trial, including photographs of Clarence Darrow addressing the court.
▪ He is going to take some photographs.
▪ He took a photograph of the sign, on the ground in front of it.
▪ Conversations with clients were tape-recorded and remote controlled 35 millimetre Olympus cameras took photographs in the bedrooms.
▪ He took out the photograph from his pocket and studied it again, paying special attention to the eyes.
▪ Wrinkling was assessed using photographs of the subjects' temples, and a severity score based on predetermined criteria was assigned.
▪ But the quality of paper used allows stunning color photographs, beautifully reproduced.
▪ The Central Office of Information is another organisation which may well be able to use your photographs.
▪ The commission hopes to use the photographs to find problem areas that contribute to or worsen flooding in the county.
▪ For example, the photograph on the previous page shows how pressed flower designs can be used to decorate photograph frames.
▪ A significant difference might be described between the way in which Degas and the battle painters used these photographs.
▪ It comes with over 250 images, so you can edit and use photographs, even if you don't have a scanner.
▪ He uses photographs directly and shamefully to obtain the truth.
colour television/photograph/printer etc
▪ All bedrooms are of a high standard offering private facilities, satellite colour television, in-house movies and hospitality tray.
▪ All rooms have central heating, colour television, tea/coffee making facilities, en suite or private shower.
▪ Answer Every room has a nineteen inch colour television, tea-making facilities and a direct dialling telephone system.
▪ He carried a colour photograph of his mill in the same way that others carry their wives and children.
▪ If you're lucky enough to have a colour printer, you can also fiddle with text and background colours.
▪ It has an enticing colour photograph of palm trees and white sand.
▪ The exhibition is lavishly illustrated with colour photographs and features a moss garden composed entirely of local Ulster mosses.
full-length mirror/photograph/portrait etc
▪ Dropping the robe off her shoulders, Anne turned to a full-length mirror.
▪ He put his handkerchief in his pocket, and looked into the full-length mirror on the back of the guest room door.
▪ If a full-length mirror rests on the floor with the top tilting away from you it can make you look taller.
▪ On a platform nearby, another man jumps rope before a full-length mirror while a fourth pounds a speed bag.
▪ She caught sight of her own reflection in the full-length mirror behind the wardrobe door and gave a disgusted snort.
▪ She grimaced a little as she caught sight of her own reflection in the full-length mirror.
▪ She stared at herself for some time in the full-length mirror of the attic bedroom.
sepia photograph/print
▪ My aunts seemed very far away, faded, sepia photographs stuck in some childhood album.
▪ Prominent among the pictures is an 1854 sepia photograph of Jonathan Pickering, the bewhiskered company founder.
▪ Ansel Adams' photographs of the American wilderness are now worth thousands of dollars.
▪ black-and-white photographs of the canyon
▪ I hate having my photograph taken.
▪ My camera's fully automatic and takes really good photographs.
▪ The photographer asked all the guests to stand still and pose for the wedding photograph.
▪ Visitors are not allowed to take photographs inside the Museum.
▪ Christine showed me a book based on their documentary and explained the captions under the photographs.
▪ Her wedding photograph showed her with a prettily plump figure.
▪ In this photograph, which appears in many anthologies, the chair looks bleak in its complete aloneness.
▪ It's full of great colour photographs and is all about endangered animals.
▪ The photograph is always about looking, and seeing.
▪ The exhibits are surrounded by period costumes and photographs, and the show is to last until January.
▪ The first photographs should be released later in the day.
▪ It is a simple closed circuit television system, a video camera photographing a speech being rolled beneath it.
▪ They used miniature cameras to photograph secret documents and shortwave radios to receive coded messages from their spy masters, prosecutors said.
▪ But a question lingers none the less: When we photograph our children naked, are we crossing a line without realizing it?
▪ Then he kneels on his seat, leans his torso out the window and photographs the woman from above.
▪ An angelically photographed pregnant woman lovingly jabs a filthy needle into her arm.
▪ I'd been doing a bit of photojournalism and had always wanted to see and photograph the world.
▪ Ruskin refused to be photographed for the article.
▪ Agents also rented a room across Columbus Avenue and photographed everyone who entered and left the Portofino.
▪ Broke down while being photographed by his friends?
▪ He was photographed by Man Ray in a sharp, dark suit with a striped shirt and white collar.
▪ He went to her workplace and badgered and finally photographed her, infringing our private lives.
▪ They have therefore never been photographed with sufficient resolution to show their sizes and shapes.
The Collaborative International Dictionary

Photograph \Pho"to*graph\, n. [Photo- + -graph.] A picture or likeness obtained by photography.


Photograph \Pho"to*graph\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Photographed; p. pr. & vb. n. Photographing.] To take a picture or likeness of by means of photography; as, to photograph a view; to photograph a group.

He makes his pen drawing on white paper, and they are afterwards photographed on wood.

Note: Also used figuratively.

He is photographed on my mind.
--Lady D. Hardy.


Photograph \Pho"to*graph\, v. i. To practice photography; to take photographs.

Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary

1839, "picture obtained by photography," coined by Sir John Herschel from photo- + -graph "instrument for recording; something written." It won out over other suggestions, such as photogene and heliograph. Neo-Anglo-Saxonists prefer sunprint; and sun-picture (1846) was an early Englishing of the word. The verb, as well as photography, are first found in a paper read before the Royal Society on March 14, 1839. Related: Photographed; photographing.


n. A picture created by projecting an image onto a photosensitive surface such as a chemically treated plate or film, CCD receptor, etc. vb. 1 (context transitive English) To take a photograph of. 2 (context intransitive English) To take photographs. 3 (context intransitive English) To appear in a photograph.

  1. n. a picture of a person or scene in the form of a print or transparent slide; recorded by a camera on light-sensitive material [syn: photo, exposure, pic]

  2. v. record on photographic film; "I photographed the scene of the accident"; "She snapped a picture of the President" [syn: snap, shoot]

  3. undergo being photographed in a certain way; "Children photograph well"


A photograph or photo is an image created by light falling on a light-sensitive surface, usually photographic film or an electronic medium such as a CCD or a CMOS chip. Most photographs are created using a camera, which uses a lens to focus the scene's visible wavelengths of light into a reproduction of what the human eye would see. The process and practice of creating photographs is called photography. The word "photograph" was coined in 1839 by Sir John Herschel and is based on the Greek φῶς (phos), meaning "light", and γραφή (graphê), meaning "drawing, writing", together meaning "drawing with light".

Photograph (Ringo Starr song)

"Photograph" is a song by English musician Ringo Starr that was released as the lead single from his 1973 album Ringo. Starr co-wrote the song with George Harrison, his former bandmate from the Beatles. Although the two of them collaborated on other compositions, it is the only song officially credited to the pair. A signature tune for Starr as a solo artist, "Photograph" became an international hit, topping singles charts in the United States, Canada and Australia, and receiving gold disc certification for US sales of 1 million. Music critics have similarly received the song favourably; Stephen Thomas Erlewine of AllMusic considers it to be "among the very best post-Beatles songs by any of the Fab Four".

The lyrics are a reflection on lost love, whereby a photograph is the only reminder of the protagonists' shared past. Starr and Harrison began writing the song in the South of France in 1971, during a period when Starr was focused on developing his acting career. They first recorded "Photograph" late the following year, along with the single's B-side, "Down and Out", during sessions for Harrison's Living in the Material World album (1973). The officially released version was recorded in Los Angeles with producer Richard Perry, and it incorporates aspects of Phil Spector's Wall of Sound through the presence of multiple drums and acoustic guitars, as well as an orchestra and a choir. Aside from Starr and Harrison, the musicians on the recording include Nicky Hopkins, Bobby Keys, Jim Keltner, and Spector's musical arranger, Jack Nitzsche. Starr made a promotional film for the single, shot at his and wife Maureen Starkey's home, Tittenhurst Park.

"Photograph" has appeared on Starr's compilation albums Blast from Your Past (1975) and Photograph: The Very Best of Ringo Starr (2007), and live versions have featured on releases recorded with his All-Starr Band and with the Roundheads. In November 2002, a year after Harrison's death, Starr sang "Photograph" at the Concert for George – a performance that was an emotional highpoint of the event. Engelbert Humperdinck, Camper Van Beethoven, Cilla Black and Adam Sandler are among the artists who have covered the song.

Photograph (Nickelback song)

"Photograph" is a song recorded by Canadian rock band Nickelback. It was released in September 2005 as the first single from their fifth studio album, All the Right Reasons. The song made multiple US and UK top 10 charts, peaking at #1 in several of them.

Photograph (Weezer song)

"Photograph" is a song by American alternative rock band Weezer. It is the third and final single from the band's self-titled third album, Weezer. "Photograph" was released as the first single off the album in Japan instead of "Hash Pipe." The song enjoyed only modest success on the radio, peaking at #17 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks chart.

During many live shows in 2005, the band would close out their first set by having Weezer drummer Patrick Wilson take lead vocals and guitar on "Photograph" while Rivers played drums.

Photograph (Ariel Rivera album)

Photograph is the third album by Philippine singer, Ariel Rivera. The album was released three years after his second due to his acting career. It features the hits, "Narito Ako" and "I Must Have Loved You".

Photograph (disambiguation)

A photograph is an image created by the effect of light on a light-sensitive material.

Photo or Photograph may also refer to:

  • photo-, the Greek prefix denoting light beams
  • Digital photography, uses digital technology to capture an image electronically
  • Photo (French magazine), about photography, published since 1967
  • Photo (American magazine), a men's magazine, published during the 1950s
  • Photos (Apple), photo management software included in Apple Inc. operating systems
  • Photos (Windows), photo management software included in Microsoft Windows operating systems
Photograph (Def Leppard song)

"Photograph" is a song performed by English hard rock band Def Leppard and produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange. It is the lead single from the band's third studio album, Pyromania (1983). Their lead vocalist Joe Elliott has described the song as generally about "something you can't ever get your hands on". When released as a single it reached No. 1 on the Billboard Top Tracks chart and No. 12 on the Pop Singles chart. In 2006 the song was used in promotional adverts for the DVD release of Blades of Glory. In 2009 it was named the 13th greatest hard rock song of all time by VH1. It was also listed as the No. 17 greatest song of the past 25 years by VH1.

The 1993 live recording of the song in Sheffield, England appeared in the music video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock as part of a Def Leppard downloadable track pack, as did the 1993 live recording of " Rock of Ages". The song was also included in the track listing of the rhythm music video game Battle of the Bands. In 2008 they performed the song with country pop singer Taylor Swift on CMT Crossroads.

The studio recording of the song appears in the video game Grand Theft Auto V on the Los Santos Rock Radio station.

Photograph (Melanie album)

Photograph is an album released by Melanie in 1976; her only release on Atlantic Records. The album contains "Cyclone" which was released as a single; despite making a publicity tour on American Bandstand and The Brady Bunch Hour to promote the single, it failed to chart.

Ahmet Ertegün, who had personally signed Melanie to his label, was credited with creative direction on the album, was very involved with its recording, and was present at all vocal sessions and mixes.

The album was heralded by the New York Times as one of the best albums of 1976; although the album went largely unnoticed by the public. The album was only released in the United States, Australia and New Zealand. For reasons unknown, Atlantic Records pulled the album from distribution shortly after its release.

The album was re-issued by Rhino Records in 2005 as an individually numbered limited edition of 3,500 copies. The re-issue contained the remastered album plus a second disc of tracks recorded during the same sessions.

Photograph (The Verve Pipe song)

Photograph was the very first single released by The Verve Pipe. Although not a mainstream success like their well-known hit " The Freshmen", it did manage to reach the top ten on the hot alternative tracks (then known as the hot modern rock chart), and is often considered to be the band's second biggest hit.

Category:1996 singles Category:The Verve Pipe songs

Photograph (Ed Sheeran song)

"Photograph" is a song recorded by the English singer-songwriter, Ed Sheeran, for his second studio album, × (2014). Sheeran wrote the song with Snow Patrol member, Johnny McDaid, who had a piano loop from which the composition developed. After recording several versions with other producers, Sheeran eventually solicited help from Jeff Bhasker; the collaboration generated a version that Bhasker further enhanced for months. The ballad derives its music primarily from an acoustic guitar, piano and programmed drums. With visually descriptive lyrics, it discusses a long-distance relationship inspired by Sheeran's own experience of being away from his then-girlfriend while he was on tour.

The song received generally positive commentary from critics, who noted the lyrics and Sheeran's use of imagery. "Photograph" served as the fifth and final single from the album. It reached the top five on the main singles charts in more than five countries. In the US, where it peaked at No. 10, "Photograph" became the third single from the album to have reached within the top ten. In the UK, it reached No. 15 and has since been certified platinum for sales of 600,000 units. The single has also been certified double platinum in Australia and Canada, and platinum in New Zealand and Italy.

The single's release on 11 May 2015 followed the premiere of the music video on 9 May 2015. The video is a montage of real home footage of Sheeran's infancy, childhood and adolescence, providing insight on his private early life such as his inclination to playing music instruments and fondness of Lego. The video was nominated for Best Video at the 2016 Brit Awards. Sheeran performed the song on television shows and on his x Tour, which ran from 2014 to 2015.

On 9 June 2016, it was revealed that Sheeran was being sued by songwriters Martin Harrington and Thomas Leonard, writers of Matt Cardle's 2011 single " Amazing", for $20 million for copyright infringement.

Usage examples of "photograph".

Petrequin speaks of a male breast 18 inches long which he amputated, and Laurent gives the photograph of a man whose breasts measured 30 cm.

The campaign that began so placidly with six appealing serious candidates will likely degenerate into a snarling sea of invective featuring offscreen announcers with ominous voices, grainy photographs and blown-up, red-circled, out-of-context newspaper clips.

I got up and walked to one of the artsy framed photographs on the wall.

He poured more tea and gave Matern photographs to look at: in a stiff tutu stood Jenny doing an arabesque, like the porcelain ballerina except that her leg was all in one piece.

When Felsner-Imbs moved to Berlin with hourglass, porcelain ballerina, goldfish, stacks of music, and faded photographs -- Haseloff had engaged him as pianist for the ballet -- Tulla gave him a letter to take with him: for Jenny.

Bredow or Reinholm, the Vesco sisters, Klauschen Geitel, or Rama the ballet photographer, who has retouched most of the photographs here displayed, for no neck must show strain and every instep wants to be the highest.

It came as a shock to realize that she had no record of her baby, no photograph or souvenir, apart from the single woollen bootee that she had retrieved from his cot.

The entire first page of this special edition was taken up with the photograph of Bruno and Boots at the cannon, looking startled and guilty.

After that if Brat was missing from the normal orbit, one could always find him in the library, either working out something in a stud book or going slowly through the photographs of remarkable horses.

News-Picture-of-the-Month award from the AP for a photograph -of Knight Horsey de Ia Chevaux in full uniform formally-surrendering his ceremonial sword to Captain Grogarty of the riot squad following a misunderstanding at the OooLa-La Show Bar.

The warmth of the little fire reflected from shiny log walls, the quiet chuckling of a grandfather clock, the homey display of old photographs over the mantle.

But as you can tell by how sneaky he looks in this photograph, and by the skepticism in my professional announcer voice, Bob Humpty is not telling the truth.

Brother Longo put out his forefinger to touch a photograph: Princess Charity Starbridge, age eleven months.

When the silence dragged, Mandy slipped the envelope of photographs from her small clutch bag.

Prehistoric Earth, when Arthur found himself sitting on a hillside watching the moon rise over the softly burning trees in company with a beautiful young girl called Mella, recently escaped from a lifetime of staring every morning at a hundred nearly identical photographs of moodily lit tubes of toothpaste in the art department of an advertising agency on the planet Golgafrincham.