Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Words that end in “ock”
I am nearly ready to print my book. It is going to be about my time still in the Netherlands. We immigrated to South Africa in the beginning of 1952. My sixth birthday happened on the ship. I remember a few snippets from my early time in the Netherlands.
I went back in 1974 to revisit my birthplace. What an adventure to see everything through the eyes of a grown up.
I would appreciate it if you could give me advise and comment on the two cover pages.
Which one looks the best?
What about the font of the writing?
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