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  • Kelli Howell

    shot of Cherry Kearton standing on his brother Richard’s shoulders to take a picture of a bird’s nest, 1900. The brothers were pioneers of wildlife photography and in 1892 took the first ever photograph of a bird’s nest with eggs. Love their cobbled together tripod!

  • Emilie Midkiff

    12 Vintage Photos of what Photography Used To Look Like

  • William Porter Jr

    Richard and Cherry Kearton, 1890s “Cherry Kearton (1871–1940) was born in the Yorkshire Dales was one of the world’s earliest wildlife photographers and writers. In 1899 he and his brother Richard, a naturalist, published their book With Nature and a Camera.“

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