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11/24/2010 08:16:12 AM · #1
Found this link, hope im not reposting it.

Photos of Russian Empire
How he did it
11/24/2010 08:53:41 AM · #2
There are some of these from early America.

It's amazing what color will do. I was able to relate to the people in the pictures because they were in color. If they're black-and-white it seems harder to relate to.
11/24/2010 10:02:03 AM · #3
Really amazing! I also felt a deeper connection to the people with the color. The old black and white photos were so flat it's almost like they are ghosts from the past. With the color you realize how much has NOT changed in that much time.
11/24/2010 10:34:03 AM · #4
I clipped this out of one of the early America shots. This must be an ancestor to Jon Heder (Napoleon Dynamite).

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