Today’s post comes from National Archives Office of Strategy and Communications staff writer Rob Crotty.
Rebecca, it may be time to quit your day job. You have wowed another one of our guest judges, Kathleen Williams, Executive Director of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.
The actual caption for this fund-raising fanatic? “The ‘Human Squirrel’ who did many daring ‘stunts’ in climbing for benefit of War Relief Funds in New York City. He is shown here at a dizzy height in Times Square.” The photo was taken circa 1918, back when superheroes sported suits, not spandex.
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Have a gander at this week’s photo and give us your best!
Here’s one to get you started:
15 thoughts on “Thursday’s Photo Caption Contest”
“I TOLD you we should have taken that job at Budweiser…”
Let the NASCAR folks take a look at this !!!
This is fine for kindling, but what about the REAL LOGS?
You should have seen the load last week
“If I hear ONE MORE PERSON call this a winter wonderland . . .”
This is how Acrophobia should be treated…
“Power to the WHAT degree?”
Unfortunately, it was only after the forest was clear-cut that it was discovered that a two horsepower sled was insufficient.
Bigfoot is startled by the camera as he attempts to hijack a load of very large salamis.
Wood you take the reins of this team?
‘What? We got this.’
“Ed, I told you we should have signed up with Santa.”
Horse on the left to the one on the right: How did you get picked for this job? Horse on the right: I drew the short stick.
Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear