Victorian Photo Booth
It's real. All 3 sections of their faces fit with their emotions in the last pictures! awwww <3 ... Original Caption: "so victorian people did have emotions... who knew"
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Victorian Photo Booth - People still did the same poses during the Victorian Era, except you know, without having to use the sepia effects in iPhoto. Also, today I learned that some Victorians did have emotions.
Smiling Victorian era folks....and other old photos. I like to think of my Great Gramma and her folks when I see these. it wasn't totally serious back then!
Victorian Photo Booth - People still did the same poses during the Victorian Era, except you know, without having to use the sepia effects in iPhoto.
"The 1800s Weren't Nearly As Sad As You Thought" - aww I love this picture it's like a vintage photo-booth shot :)
Victorian photo booth OR “A three second exposure meant that subjects had to stand very still to avoid being blurred, and holding a smile for that period was tricky. As a result, we have a tendency to see our Victorian ancestors as even more formal and stern than they might have been.” that's why this is the coolest thing ever.
A wonderful Victorian slice of fun and love - it's like a vintage photo-booth shot or a selfie :)
I wish there were more vintage photographs of humans interacting in real, meaningful ways.
Smiling Victorian couple - like a vintage Photo booth at the shore
Smiling Victorian photobooth
This is true! I miss real letters.. written letters.. not the typed ones. =\ They're so much more meaningful and admirable (at least for me lol) .. but then I'm more of old fashioned so maybe biased. =\ haha
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Mails VS Emails And the winner is... This is so true! I get more excited to check my real mail than I do my inbox!
10 Years Makes a HUGE Difference In Communication and Technology. You've Got Mail was Fun "At First" but Tell Me If I'm Wrong... eMail Has Gotten Extremely Overwhelming! Snail Mail (as it's called now) is More About Receiving a Brown Box vs a "letter" We Love Our Door-to-Door Deliveries Coming!
So true, too many emails, not enough snail mail!
Email: 10 Years Ago vs. Now [Pic] | SO true!
Technology today. so true, i love snail mail
10 years ago...mail vs. email...so true
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I have always loved getting "snail mail". I remember mail call in USAF Basic Training. All my friends started college in August, but I was on delayed enlistment, so while I'd raised my right hand before I'd graduated high school, I didn't have a reporting date until November. I'd written so many letters to my college friends, using different colors of ink, various papers, cards, what not -- and they reciprocated in spades. I was the only Airman who was SURE to get at least one if not three letters every day. Not only would I get letters and cards, but tons of comic strips and funny stuff cut out of the newspaper (remember those, newspapers?). My friends knew there were dozens of other recruits huddled on the floor of the break room during Mail Call, waiting for their names to be shouted, only to be disappointed time after time. So they sent me things I could pass around and share. I'd let someone keep a fun note or comic or pretty card at the end of the day, and I often wonder if those people still have them. The lesson in all of this -- don't forget to mail a card or a letter to a friend or loved on. After they recover from the shock of not having junk mail or bills, I know they'll be touched. After all, it takes time to pick out just the right card, pick up a pen, and find a stamp. But not THAT much time. To get you going, here are some awesome Etsy card sellers! Set from Sweet Harvey Set from Rachel Rosing Set from Rational Designs Set by Studio Flower Power Set by Sew Colorful Designs So send a card, a letter, a carrier pigeon, to someone you care about today! Quote of the Day: Ha ha -- oh, wait. Lori Anderson creates jewelry for her web site, Lori Anderson Designs, and wrote the blog An Artist's Year Off. She's also a contributor to Art Bead Scene and is the creator of the Bead Soup Blog Party.
A boy left his bike chained to a tree when he went away to war in 1914. He never returned, leaving the tree no choice but to grow around the bike. Incredible that this bike has been there for 98 years now!