52. The princess in rags
There is a small envelope with a photo and two letters inside. They are folded and creased but still good. In the photo there is a small girl child holding a American made kodak camera fully extended above her head. The camera looks to be from the 1900s. The photo is grainy at best and looks as if the girl when she took the photo just couldn't keep still. She took a photo of her reflection. She looks to be very young and very thin. She has dark hair and dimples. She is in a white dress that flares about her, it has dust clinging to the bottom hem. The straps look to be uncomfortable on her, but that could just be due to her stature. The background is of a destroyed room, like a fight broke out within it. A woman is sitting in an armchair behind her. She looks like an older version of the child, but stunningly beautiful. The woman is dressed in something similar to the daughter, but her dress is simply cleaner. The mother looks worn and tired but proud, sinfully proud. He
00. Introduction of the photos
00. The introduction.
There is an Polaroid photo with a note on the back of it, the photo is very dark and of poor quality, all you can see in the picture is a ornamental box. It looks to be made of marble and there are butterflies carved into and on it. The note is on very old and brittle paper with words scratched out viciously as if with a sharp point.
The note reads:
Hello, my name is
XxXxXxXand I have recently acquired a box of my grandfathers things. It is a box full of photographs and letters. I XxXxXxXT. XxXxXwant to show the world how a group of photos can show different views of the world. I hope you enjoy it, if not, then all Ts well, you still learnt something, hmm?
E. T. R or, the young woman with the photos