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xx Platz, Munich December 1939
Seine II - military - exercise?
Benghazi, possible christian church behind.
People on a rock
"Taken in 1901, at great grandfather`s funeral"
F.W.W. friends (3)
VINTAGE. UNKNOWN WHERE IS THIS. SWASTICA FLAGS FLYING. SEE BELOW.
VINTAGE. UNKNOWN WHERE IS THIS. SEE BELOW.
VINTAGE. UNKOWN WHERE IS THIS . See below.
Shipping off harbour, Menai Straits, North Wales
Dunvegan Castle, Isle of Skye
Unidentified location, Railway?
Unidentified location, Ornamental Gates, Harrogate?
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- 43 years after original was taken, today I went back to Welwyn track & did a 'grown up' version, here on @historypin http://t.co/amG0ve5Up7 2013-06-08
- Talbot was a big supporter of Kew. I wonder if he ever enjoyed this view inside the Palm House? #talbotchallenge http://t.co/zAKkxJ74fF 2013-06-07
- Fascinating biography on Luminous Lint detailing career of Nicolaas Henneman, starting with his time with Fox Talbot http://t.co/eTLp20w9Na 2013-06-06
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Monthly Archives: January 2011
As seen on Flickr A father and and his children Image by Crafty Dogma Click on image to view original on Flickr This has to be one of the more unusual and strangely captivating early carte de visite that I’ve … Continue reading
As seen on Flickr A rather remarkable discovery this one, posted with kind permission of the owner, Flickr user Piedmont Fossil. No real point in my trying to summarise the full story. All I will say is that if you … Continue reading
I stumbled across the site Reminiscene via twitter today. It’s a site which aims to reunite orphaned photographs, and indeed whole albums, with their long-lost rightful owners. An admirable intention in itself, but also some wonderful photos, great stories, and … Continue reading
See more BPMA images: – on Flickr – collections catalogue This is the first of what I hope will be a regular series of articles featuring collections of vintage photographs that have caught my eye. I’ll especially aim to focus … Continue reading
As seen on Flickr Tram in Teddington Originally uploaded by whatsthatpicture About a year or so ago someone emailed me out of the blue about this image from my Flickr photostream. He was writing a book about the London and … Continue reading
RT @sebchan: Our new WordPress plugin being used! Photographs from the Powerhouse Museum Collection | http://bit.ly/eQiYE2 # My Hull Trawler images featured in BBC History magazine. Great article. # RT @fotokabinet Iconic photo of Winston Churchill by Yousuf Karsh explained. … Continue reading
As seen on Flickr Get yer gloves on! Original photo by Imperial War Museum The team at the Imperial War Museum have been conserving some photographs that will be displayed in the forthcoming Once Upon a Wartime exhibition at IWM … Continue reading
The Powerhouse Museum has just launched a plugin for WordPress (the software that this blogs runs on) which allows you to easily embed images of their collections in your own blog. Below is a selection showing some of the wonderful … Continue reading
New exhibition: "Fenton and Cameron on exhibition in Lake District" on British photographic history: http://ning.it/hBMqK0 # Swedish National Heritage Board hits 1,000,000 on Flickr Commons! http://www.k-blogg.se/2011/01/12/1-000-000-views-on-flickr-commons/ # New experimental timeline of Flickr Commons images – http://www.whatsthatpicture.com/vintage-photos/flickr-commons/interactive-timeline # Exciting news – … Continue reading