Tag: black and white

Jan 30, 2014

Picture of the Day: Reflection Perfection in Paris

Picture of the Day: Reflection Perfection in Paris

REFLECTION PERFECTION IN PARIS Photograph by JOANNA LEMANSKA Website | Facebook | 500px | Twitter | Tumblr | Instagram In this beautiful black and white reflection photo by Joanna Lemanska aka MissCoolPics, we see the pedestrian underpass at Pont de la Tournelle, an arch bridge spanning the river Seine in Paris. According…

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Jan 29, 2014

Life in the Tube: 40 Years of London Underground Photography

Life in the Tube: 40 Years of London Underground Photography

The London Underground (also known as the Tube or the Underground) is a public metro system serving a large part of Greater London. The system serves 270 stations and has 402 kilometres (250 mi) of track. In 2012/13 London Underground carried over 1 billion passengers. Since the 1970s, photographer Bob Mazzer has been documenting…

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Jan 16, 2014

Black and White Animal Portraits in Breathtaking Detail

Black and White Animal Portraits in Breathtaking Detail

Lukas Holas is a photographer and graphic designer from Frydlant, Czech Republic. In a series on Behance entitled, Portraits of Animals, Holas expresses his love of animals with a collection of breathtaking black and white portraits. The lighting and detail in each photo is wonderful, bringing out each animal’s individuality. To see the entire…

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Jan 6, 2014

Team Discovers Lost Set of Photos from 100-year-old Antarctic Expedition

Team Discovers Lost Set of Photos from 100-year-old Antarctic Expedition

Photograph via Antarctic Heritage Trust nzaht.org | Press Release | Facebook Photographic negatives left a century ago in Captain Scott’s last expedition base at Cape Evans have been discovered and conserved by New Zealand’s Antarctic Heritage Trust. The negatives were found in expedition photographer Herbert Ponting’s darkroom and have been painstakingly conserved revealing never…

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Dec 31, 2013

Someone Found a High School Yearbook from 1913 and Put it Online

Someone Found a High School Yearbook from 1913 and Put it Online

Earlier this year, reddit user averagedekutree was browsing through a book store in Milwaukee when she came across a century-old high school yearbook from 1913. The high school was called Texarkana in Arkansas, and flipping through the pages is like taking a step through time. What’s fascinating is to observe both the differences and…

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Dec 27, 2013

One Couple’s Christmas Card Portraits from 1900 – 1942

One Couple’s Christmas Card Portraits from 1900 – 1942

Just like many families today, Richard and Anna Wagner took annual holiday portraits, sending out the photos as Christmas cards to friends and family. From 1900 (when the couple first married) until 1942, the couple took portraits in front of their Christmas tree (sadly Richard passed the following year). It’s fascinating to see not…

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Dec 15, 2013

Picture of the Day: The Old Men and the Sea

Picture of the Day: The Old Men and the Sea

THE OLD MEN AND THE SEA Photograph by Hai Thinh In this beautiful shot by Hai Thinh, we see what looks to be two fisherman heading out to sea. The weather looks ominous and the water appears choppy but it’s not enough to deter these two from their mission. The photo was…

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