100, now in Technicolor

January 14, 2009 at 10:54 am Leave a comment

The Library of Congress recently released a collection of photos taken during the 1930’s and 1940’s in sweet, sweet color (via Graphic Hug).

You’ll notice that they look kind of surreal.  We’re so used to seeing pre-war photos in black and white only that when we see them in color (and realize the people in the photos are real and not actors), the effect is kind of jarring.  Neato, gang.

Also, happy birthday to US, because this marks the 100th post on this blog!  Sigh.  Memories.

Although really, I think that means I’ve been slacking – I started this blog nearly a year ago.  Only 100 in a YEAR?

Oh, oh!  Another link (again, Graphic Hug.  Whore much?).  Head over to I Love You More Than Blank, and let the folks know what a romantic sap you are.


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Stripes. Always stripes. Cold and Dark

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