Did you miss us? We were on a brief hiatus, but we’re back with more bizarre and baffling photographs from our holdings, ready for your cleverest captions!
So who won the winning caption for our last photo? We turned to the newest member of our team, writer Victoria Yue (you may remember her post about waffles). After careful consideration, she went with Erica‘s conga line reference. Congratulations, Erica! Check your e-mail for a code for 15% off at our eStore.
Who says that Federal employees can’t have any fun? These ladies are the 1936 Bureau of Reclamation’s all-female basketball team. From the National Archives at Denver, source: 8NN-115-85-006 Photo Albums, 1903–1972, Columbia Basin box 156, image 988. (This image originally appeared on their Facebook page.)
This week’s photo has some careful consideration as well. What is man’s best friend thinking? Give us your wittiest caption in the comments below!
20 thoughts on “Thursday Photo Caption Contest”
Are you the one they call Brownie?
His master’s aperture.
How much is that doggie in the window?????????????????
I’m ready for my close close close-up Mr. Demille.
“How close-up will my doggie photo be?”
We can’t kill what we can’t see! So if you don’t sit still we won’t be able to get those fleas off you, pup.
“The RCA Dog Has Gotta A New Gig!”
“What th… Hey Nipper, we’re not in Kansas anymore!”
Experiments into measuring the cuteness of Stan the Shiba Inu were scrapped after each camera used, even the Mega-Camera 9000X, broke under the strain of recording his cuteness.
Did someone say fe fi fo fum I smell cheese! Now where’s the cheese? Honey u shrunk the cheese.)
The advertising firm’s pitch was declined by Kodak, but they later picked up the RCA account.
What is wrong with this hydrant?!
If only I had thumbs!
Brownie was all set to finally show up his brother Nipper until he decided to clean the lens with his own special “cleaning solution.”
I don’t know… by the look of all those paws in there, I’d have to say its a trap!
In retrospect, Khrushchev’s expectation that Laika photograph Earth from space was unrealistic.
Forced to resign his plum post at the Kennel Club, Rex instantly regretted posting his collarless photos to the wrong Twitter account.
Brother has Masters ear and T’ve got his eye,
“Oh geez. I told them I wanted to be shot out of a large cannon…not shot with a large Canon.”