Some images become an iconic way in which we remember the past; other images get stuffed into an archive and forgotten. This particular image in the gallery I find fascinating because in our modern society with a strong conservation ethos is at odds with the attitudes of our forebearers. True, it most certainly can be argued that our society is not conservationists, but at least in regard to the Redwood forest, we are. We've enshrined them in song as emblematic of America and federally protected as a National Park and cutting them down is seen as a crime against ecology. Which images to you find interesting? How come?
"One of the greatest facets of reddit are the thriving subreddits, niche communities of people who share a passion for a specific topic. One of the Sifter’s personal favourites is r/ColorizedHistory. The major contributors are a mix of professional and amateur colorizers that bring historic photos to life through color."
The remarkable pictures show scenes from France today with atmospheric photographs taken in the same place during the war superimposed on top.
In this fastinating set of images, Dutch artist and historian Jo Teeuwisse merges her passions literally by superimposing World War II photographs on to modern pictures of the where the photos were originally taken. This serves as a reminder that places are rich with history; to understand the geography of a place, one must also know it's history (and vice versa).
"Staff Sergeant Edgar D. Bledsoe, of Olive Branch, Ill., cradles a critically ill Vietnamese infant. The child was brought to Fire Support Base Pershing. This image, with this caption, was originally published in Vol. 3 No. 53 of Tropic Lightning News, December 30, 1968."
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