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    Victorian couple.

    Portraits of Soldiers Before, During, and After War - My Modern Metropolis

    20 yrs. passed between photos

    6000 year old kiss. Hasanlu, Iran.

    adorable.

    This is why I adore her

    So gorgeous you'd think they were Hollywood legends. #couple #1950s #photobooth #vintage #beautiful #portrait

    Powerful portraits of people revealing their biggest insecurities - What I Be Project by Steve Rosenfield

    i adore this picture!

    Back in the day, to keep the children still, the mother would be allowed into the photograph. But to keep the focus on the children, the mother would be masterfully camouflaged, blending seamlessly into the background. Or just disguised as a carpet-ghost. LOL!!!

    The SCAR Project is a series of large-scale portraits of young breast cancer survivors shot by fashion photographer David Jay. Primarily an awareness raising campaign, The SCAR Project puts a raw, unflinching face on early onset breast cancer while paying tribute to the courage and spirit of so many brave young women. www.thescarprojec... (this made me cry) Wow.

    genetics ftw

    Axel Axgil (3 April 1915 – 29 October 2011) and Eigil Axgil (24 April 1922 – 22 September 1995) were Danish gay activists and a longtime couple. They were the first gay couple to enter into a registered partnership anywhere in the world following Denmark's legalisation of same-sex partnership in 1989, a landmark legislation which they were instrumental in bringing about. They adopted the shared surname, Axgil, a combination of their given names, as an expression of their commitment.

    Luzon Woman 1870-1914

    Elderly couple accidentally record themselves while trying to figure out how webcam works. So adorable! This is the kind of old couple that still love each other and you can tell. Too cute.

    beautiful

    Beautiful snowflakes

    Antique photo of a Victorian woman posing in a fantastic vintage dress in the 1890s.

    Plantation Pink Sweet Bow Swaddle Blanket

    ca. 1888, handwritten note on the back: “Aunt Velma, she never married.”