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Video 20 Aug 3 notes

fuorisposto:

Il blog ha dormito per un po’…

Andando a Rimini, 13/08

Photo 20 Aug 2 notes savefamilyphotos:

"I believe in the resonance and staying power of quiet photographs." -William Albert Allard

My Aunt Beth and her friend in rural Mississippi in the 1960s. These Kodachrome colors and memories never faded for me and my family.

But this photo is about more than Kodachrome and kids on summer vacation.

It evokes endless summer stories, made up of family fishing trips, creaky row boats, impromptu potlucks, bourbon sipping, fireflies glowing at dusk and swinging screen doors.

Wanita Lake and fishing club hold a special place in our family history. My grandfather was a founding member and all of us have revisited this same Southern spot for years.

I climbed into this same row boat, as a young girl, just as my Aunt Beth did.

Magical memories are often the simplest. That’s why I love this photograph. ~shared by @rachellacour

#savefamilyphotos #kodachrome #vintagephotos #oldphotos #oldphoto #classicphotos #filmisnotdead Thanks, savefamilyphotos http://ift.tt/1w1DnO3 @savefamilyphotos

savefamilyphotos:

"I believe in the resonance and staying power of quiet photographs." -William Albert Allard

My Aunt Beth and her friend in rural Mississippi in the 1960s. These Kodachrome colors and memories never faded for me and my family.

But this photo is about more than Kodachrome and kids on summer vacation.

It evokes endless summer stories, made up of family fishing trips, creaky row boats, impromptu potlucks, bourbon sipping, fireflies glowing at dusk and swinging screen doors.

Wanita Lake and fishing club hold a special place in our family history. My grandfather was a founding member and all of us have revisited this same Southern spot for years.

I climbed into this same row boat, as a young girl, just as my Aunt Beth did.

Magical memories are often the simplest. That’s why I love this photograph. ~shared by @rachellacour

#savefamilyphotos #kodachrome #vintagephotos #oldphotos #oldphoto #classicphotos #filmisnotdead Thanks, savefamilyphotos http://ift.tt/1w1DnO3 @savefamilyphotos

Video 20 Aug 250 notes

lomographicsociety:

'The Kodatrope' by Lee Pivnik

The cage-like interactive sculpture “Kodatrope” by artist Lee Pivnik assaults its viewers’ senses by showcasing, all at once, hundreds of slides of photographs of strangers taken several decades ago. http://bit.ly/Vo5TIR

via Lomography.
Video 20 Aug 10 notes

czechpost:

Prague nov. 1965. Phone camera copy diapositives Kodachrome. Buying in Żywiec /Poland at summer 2014

via CZECHPOST.
Photo 20 Aug 3 notes wrinklesoftime:

Fred Herzog’s work focuses primarily on “ordinary” people, the working class, and their connections to the city around them. He worked primarily with slide film (mostly Kodachrome), which limited his ability to exhibit, and also marginalized him somewhat as an artist in the 1950s and 60s when most work was in Black and White. However, he has been increasingly recognized in recent decades.
http://www.pinterest.com/pin/197384396143370133/

wrinklesoftime:

Fred Herzog’s work focuses primarily on “ordinary” people, the working class, and their connections to the city around them. He worked primarily with slide film (mostly Kodachrome), which limited his ability to exhibit, and also marginalized him somewhat as an artist in the 1950s and 60s when most work was in Black and White. However, he has been increasingly recognized in recent decades.

http://www.pinterest.com/pin/197384396143370133/

Photo 20 Aug 1 note cameraqueer:

ms 1943-52 AB-114 by nick dewolf photo archive on Flickr.Love the colors in this pic from 1943.

cameraqueer:

ms 1943-52 AB-114 by nick dewolf photo archive on Flickr.

Love the colors in this pic from 1943.

Photo 20 Aug 8 notes danismm:

Confessions of a Kodachrome Voyeur
Photo 20 Aug 4 notes reddie8:

!955 Chevy belair two door hardtop at a transport facility. 1955. kodachrome slide

reddie8:

!955 Chevy belair two door hardtop at a transport facility. 1955. kodachrome slide

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Photo 20 Aug 3 notes stephenpine:

Kodachrome.

stephenpine:

Kodachrome.

Photo 20 Aug 45,322 notes theonion:

"We discovered that most oxygen molecules in Earth’s troposphere are used for the purposes of sighing, whining, and most commonly, complaining,” 
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Quote 20 Aug 533 notes
I am the attorney general of the United States. But I am also a black man. I can remember being stopped on the New Jersey Turnpike on two occasions and accused of speeding. Pulled over…. ‘Let me search your car.’ … Go through the trunk of my car, look under the seats and all this kind of stuff. I remember how humiliating that was and how angry I was and the impact it had on me.
— Attorney General Eric Holder, to community college students during a visit to Ferguson, Mo. (via latimes)
Photo 20 Aug 1 note I had a teacher who was really hot and looked a lot like Bruce Willis, he was instrumental in my proclaiming and eventual comfortability with my own sexuality and coming out. No, we never did anything sexual or even discussed mine, or even anyone else’s sexuality

I still love bald men especially the bigger, stronger, masculine ones with hairy bodies. Extra points if they have a daddy-ish authoritative job like officer, detective, or teacher. And another extra points if they’re intact with money to spoil you and take you wining and dining.

I had a teacher who was really hot and looked a lot like Bruce Willis, he was instrumental in my proclaiming and eventual comfortability with my own sexuality and coming out. No, we never did anything sexual or even discussed mine, or even anyone else’s sexuality

I still love bald men especially the bigger, stronger, masculine ones with hairy bodies. Extra points if they have a daddy-ish authoritative job like officer, detective, or teacher. And another extra points if they’re intact with money to spoil you and take you wining and dining.


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