On 28-Sep-2017 In History & Culture
"If you don't know history, then you don't know anything. You are a leaf that doesn't know it is a part of a tree."-Michael Crichton. Yes, he has said that right, for not knowing of the past is an incomplete feeling.History repeats itself, and reminds, too! These powerful photographs are an epitome of the same. They are so intriguing and so reminiscent that some of the historical moments returned as flashbacks. These images are jewels from the past. A treasure trove of memories and some of the 'behind-the-scenes' events captured at the right moment.From famous personalities in history to the rarely misfortunate events, this collection of photographs is enough to stir your emotions. From feeling the cringe to a tear trickling down my cheek to squealing in ecstasy to being satisfied with that fact, these rare captures are a heavy dose of sentiments.Have a look at the rare, dark captures to feed the history freak in you.
It is so detailed and is a treasure forever.
via www.shorpy.comDoes Times Square 2017 recognise itself from the past? Heavy doubt!
via www.beartales.meLike really? What an idea that was!
via www.sickchirpse.comTha change-bearers captured together.
via www.nbcnews.comHis expressions say it all.
via www.historicaltimes.tumblr.comA sweet one, that is.
via www.artisticglobe.comIt was half done, history in the making, captured.
via www.joeydevilla.comPhew! Those old golden days. A rare yet fun capture.
via www.pinterest.comStrolling, in a line with swag, on the zebra lines.
Many children lived for months in these machines. Gosh! It is so risky.
via www.en.wikipedia.orgThere's none like him and there can be none like him.
via www.ridwanlaher.blogspot.comWe're in love with this capture, a rare beauty.
Captured by Cornell Capa, 1972. When they had nothing left for their entertainment, when strictness took a toll on them.
via www.boingboing.netWow! We can spot Snow White and Scooby Doo, can you, any other?
via www.historianbook.comA tough man he is, with great guts.
via www.vintag.esThree legends in a frame.
via www.en.wikipedia.orgThe wise chaps, with brightly lit faces.
via www.ancientrails.comThis is where path-breaking work was done. Trying to absorb as much as possible from this click.
via nirmalkumars.comThis photo was taken just before he was shot by the man, Nathuram Godse.
via www.imgur.comThe happiness on his face speaks volumes.
via www.historianbook.comAt Nova Scotia, Canada. Photo: Halifax Airport.
via www.en.wikipedia.orgIt was called Walton's Five and Dime.
via www.pinterest.comYes, nothing can compensate for this loss.
via www.universetoday.comFYI, if you look closely, it was enclosed in a plastic bag.