There’s a mother and a daughter. They look miserable and sad. They called Martha and Emma and they are scowling! She’s not happy to be there.
She’s got fruits in her hat. Or a squirrel or a dog!
They are going shopping for necessity like bread. They’re going to church. They’re going to a funeral in Keighley or Skipton.
We should laugh at them really, because they look funny. They are wearing corsets.
They won’t get on now because they are eight feet under!
They are waiting for their photographs to be taken and the rest of their families are waiting too.
It’s the nineteenth century. You can hear chattering but they can’t hear anything because their ears are covered up.
There’s a jug in the background or a tree.
One stays at home and one‘s in service. They came by horse and carriage. They’ve been to a foot ball match and lost 2:1 against Ascot.
They don’t look as if they’re football match people!