Sepia Scenes allows us the enhancing monochrome that brings alive the past. Old B&W seems a bit warmer in this tone.
So the scans today come from the past. I am guessing 1969 in East Hartford. Why would I pick that year as an educated guess? Those who admit of being of a certain age range would say it is the hair. These styles on the girls (L-R Michele, Vicki and Sue) anyhow seem to show that decade at its finest. Not for me or brother CP, our hair was merely unkempt and Dad - he was out of style in that decade and the 1970's - but back in by the 90's.
If not the hair then, how about the furniture? This lounge chair with its curvaceous profile meant 'modern' in those days. The kids liked it anyway, although any adult with an aching back hight might prefer to stand than have to climb up from the too close to the floor furniture. Not that I would even attempt this these days...
See more of the soothing sepia tone at Mary's fun meme!