HaarFager's photos


  • Sugar Bowl and Creamer


  • The House Of Blue Cups


  • Curl Up And Dye



  • Indian Vase No. 2

    This is one of my late Mother's Indian-themed pottery vases. She had several interesting pieces that I've been photographing so as to catalogue them.

  • Indian Vase No. 1

    On of the pieces of Indian pottery that belonged in my late Mother's collection.

  • Come On In

    The water's fine!


  • Easter Parade

    This was one of eight images on a roll of film I found inside an old Jiffy Kodak Series II 620 camera downtown at one of the local antique stores. All eight images were of children, but this one was the only one of this particular dark-haired girl. The…

  • Sunset, January 18th, 2020

    The view toward the west out my upstairs window. Sunsets are so interesting because the are unique and you never see the same one twice.

  • Praying Hands

    This was a Polaroid picture my high school art teacher took of me standing next to a decorated window of the library. For Christmas each year, the art students would each paint one of the classroom windows and I chose for a subject Albrecht Dürer's "Pray…


  • Snowmen China

    These are the two different snowman-themed china patterns I used for my Christmas holiday dinners this past December. Quite festive! They belonged to my late Mother.

  • Head North

    I just saw these geese flying north a few minutes ago just before the sun set. It's almost the end of January - it's about time they flew north for the winter! Why'd they wait so long? I just realized they were flying north instead of south. That mean…

  • Friends

    My Grandmother Lolove (Garrett) Wright and a friend on the left who was identified on the back of the picture as Ruth Montgomery. Since Lolove was born in 1903, this picture had to have been taken around 1910. My Grandmother was born in a town with the…


  • Amelia Caroline Walker

    This is Mrs. Amelia Caroline Walker, my Great Grandmother. She was my Mother's Father's Mother and I just learned who she was by turning the picture over and reading the back. This was taken on her 84th birthday, on May 13th, 1951 and she died less than…

  • Tornado Damage

    At 11.20 a.m. on the morning of January 18th, 1929, a tornado hit the town of Maunie, Illinois, killing two school children. This is a picture of some of the damage the storm caused. 1929 Tornado in Maunie 2-2af

  • Two Graves

    At 11.20 a.m. on the morning of January 18th, 1929, a tornado hit the town of Maunie, Illinois, killing two school children. This is a picture of their graves and what appears to be their classmates and teachers at the graveside service. 1929 Tornado in…


  • Country Living

    A pond near the tiny community of Spillertown, Illinois. There are only about 230 people that live there. Camera: Carena DF-300 (Minolta X-300/X-370 clone) Lens: Minolta MD Zoom 28-70mm, f/3.5 @35mm Film: CVS Color 400 (expired 12/2015) Shooting Program…

  • Spillertown

    A sign pointing to the tiny town of Spillertown, Illinois. There are only about 230 residents and no downtown area. Camera: Carena DF-300 (Minolta X-300/X-370 clone) Lens: Minolta MD Zoom 28-70mm, f/3.5 @70mm Film: CVS Color 400 (expired 12/2015) Shooti…

  • Kodak Tele-Ektralite 600

    This is another one of the 110 pocket cameras in my collection. When I got it in 2013, it had a half-finished roll of 12-exposure film still inside it. I finished shooting the roll and developed it and got some images from it that were taken by somebody…


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