We’ve done posts in the past of really bad photography, but we decided it’s time to give a shout out to the photographers that actually capture the special day in a great way.
Cool high speed photography of holiday ornaments getting destroyed
Paris, the city of lights, has been loved for many reasons throughout generations.
A series of colored photographs taken back in 1914, unearthed by VisualHistory.livejournal.com, highlights some of France’s most iconic imagery in the past.
Featuring the original Moulin Rogue (made famous by Baz Luhrmann) and images of then-everyday life, the photographs document the end of the Belle Èpoque period.
Not only do they exude a strong sense of nostalgia, but also provide an escape from today’s technologically-advanced city.
Now zoom out