A picture is worth a thousand words, isn't it? What couldn't be spoken, what couldn't be felt could be recorded in a picture. We all love pictures and we all love taking them, it's probably because we know that no matter what happens the picture isn't going to change even though everything else does. A picture is not just an image, it's a time machine. It lets us go back at that particular moment and feel it like we are seeing it first hand. Some pictures are so historic that they are awe inspiring and through this article, we plan to showcase you 24 such pictures.
The collection includes photos of Space, on the Moon, of Nagasaki just after the nuclear explosion and many more. So want to return to the past? Well, here's your moment, scroll down and enter the memory lane.
This photo is from the day he opened Disney studios.
This is a photo from USS Oregon from 1897.
Reindeer looks on probably contemplating what we humans have done to our planet.
Tasmanian Tigers are now extinct but do you know, science has a way to bring them back.
This ones's a classic! Look at Bill Gates on the bottom left.
The Germain air raid on Moscow in 1941 captured on camera.
Mr. Churchill like you've never seen him before.
The birth of Google, start of something special.
Martin Luther King Jr with his son, removing a burnt cross from his yard.
This Japanese plane was shot down during Battle of Saipan in 1944.
This photo is of Nagasaki, 20 minutes after bombing in 1945.
The London sky after the bombings of 1940 by German Planes.
The construction of the Berlin Wall in 1961.
This is the first photo taken from space in 1946.
This is how Arnold Schwarzenegger celebrated his granting of American citizenship.
In this photo we can see the Statue of Liberty being constructed.
Leo Tolstoy telling stories to his grandchildren in 1909.
The Eiffel Tower being constructed in 1888.
This is the unbroken seal on King Tut's tomb.
The Berlin Wall being dismantled in 1989.
Titanic leaving the port in 1912. No there weren't any Jack and Rose on board.
Fidel Castro at Lincoln Memorial.
Hitler showing his pants after the failed assassination attempt in 1944.
Charles Duke left his family photo behind on the moon in 1972 when he was a part of the Apollo 13 program.