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Historical photos (part 3)

Historical photos (part 3)
Historical photos (part 3) ‘Powder Monkey’ on the USS New Hampshire (1864) ‘The moment a dragon is slain’ Puppet Show (Paris 1963) (COLORIZED) Lt. Custer and Union Troops (1862) 9 Kings in Windsor Castle (May 20th, 1910) A vac sealed sachet of one of the astronauts children during Apollo 11 Armstrong post-moonwalk Bombs dropped on Kobe, Japan (1945) Disney brothers with their wives and mother on the day they opened their studio in 1923 Douglas MacArthur signs formal surrender of Japan (1945) First picture ever taken in space (1946) German flying ace, ‘The Red Baron’ and his dog (1916) Headquarters of Benito Mussolini and the Italian Fascist Party (1934) Hiroshima – Before and After (1945) Hitler looking at the Gustav Railway gun (1942) Hungarian Revolution of 1956 JFK and LBJ during the Cuban Missle Crisis (1962) Joseph and magda Goebbels on their wedding day. Goebbels, Hitler’s Propaganda Minister. 1933 in Geneva by Alfred Eisenstaedt Last photo taken of the Titanic (1912) Samurai (ca. 1860-1880)

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Historical pics Part2 (49 pics) The construction of the Hoover Dam American construction workers Last known picture of Samuel Clemens Shell-shocked WW1 soldier Manfred von Richthofen Pile of German WW1 helmets Retro The Lingotto building in Via Nizza was once an automobile factory for Fiat. The finished cars were taken to the rooftop where there was a test track. The factory was first opened in 1923 but once it became outmoded it was closed in 1982. This is all fascinating but thank God for modern medicine.

Powerful Pictures Three sisters pose for photographs taken years apart. A Russian war veteran visits the tank that he fought in which has been preserved as a monument. A child gives a gift to riot police in Bucharest. Retired Police Chief Captain Ray Lewis is arrested at an Occupy Wall Street protest. A monk prays over the body of an elderly stranger who died suddenly while waiting on a train in China. A dog named Leao keeps watch by the the grave of his owner who was killed in a landslide in Rio de Janeiro.

Historical photos Miss America 1924 Helen Keller Meeting Charlie Chaplin Leather gloves worn by Lincoln to Ford’s Theater on the night of his assassination. Rare color photographs from the Depression Era Rare color photographs from the Depression Era Mar 20 2012 During an era where most photographs were taken in black & white, these photos show a colourful glimpse of what life was like during the Great Depression and World War II, primarily throughout America.

Amazing Photo Manipulation by Photographer Erik Johansson Swedish photographer and retouch artist Erik Johansson has one of the craziest photography portfolios we’ve ever seen. Erik is completely self-taught in retouching his own photographs to make impossible and extraordinary images. He says his inspiration came from both growing up with a grandmother who painted and having a penchant for escaping into the other worlds of video games, so he naturally blended the two into a technique using computers to generate images that couldn’t be captured by a camera. Check out some of his mind blowing creations below: Cut & Fold – Cut along the dotted line. Vintage photography #4 Some amazing vintage photography in this showcase. Enjoy ;) You might also like Comments Michael Dachstein

Alberto Korda Alberto Díaz Gutiérrez, better known as Alberto Korda or simply Korda (September 14, 1928 in Havana, Cuba – May 25, 2001 in Paris, France) was a Cuban photographer, remembered for his famous image Guerrillero Heroico of Argentine Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara. Early life[edit] Korda, whose real name was Alberto Díaz Gutiérrez, was born on 14 September 1928 in Havana, Cuba. He got his first taste of photography when he took his father's Kodak 35mm and began taking pictures of his girlfriend.[1] Korda was the son of a railway worker, and took many jobs before beginning as a photographer's assistant. Korda began his career as a photographer who shot pictures at banquets, baptisms and weddings. He would run back to his studio to develop the film, then return to the event and sell his photographs as a souvenir.

The 15 Craziest Things In Nature You Won’t Believe Actually Exist Mother Nature is beautiful and amazing because we can see many amazing stuff like these 15 things that you won’t believe they actually exist. All these places are real. It is hard to believe in that, but that is true. Robert Frank "The Americans" "Rodeo-- New York City, 1954. By photographer Robert Frank. "Indianapolis" from The Americans by photographer Robert Frank. From "The Americans" by Robert Frank. Trolley-- New Orleans, 1955 by photographer Robert Frank. Parade-- Hoboken, New Jersey, 1955 by Robert Frank.

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