A Slice of History – 20 Powerful Images of Yesteryear
Today, we will look at some more powerful historical images that you are unlikely to have seen in any history book. 1. A Native American mother and her child - 1900s Image source: Reddit 2. The sun shines through at the Grand Central Terminal, NYC - 1929 Image source: Reddit 3.
The Human Powered Helicopter Makes History!
This is the flight that won the AHS Sikorsky Prize - A competition existing for 33 years, focused on human powered flight. Over the decades, dozens of teams from all over the world tried their best to achieve this goal, once thought impossible.
Few Photos Are as Powerful as These Ones...
According to researchers, with every two minutes that pass, the whole world collectively snaps as many photos as were taken in the entire 19th century.
Powerful Historical Moments Are Best Understood In Photos
Infamous French Commander Napoleon Bonaparte once said “History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree upon.”
Travel History With These Amazing Photos of Yesteryear
History has always seemed more real to me when it transforms from words on a book to pictures and, even better, photographs. Some of these images have such power behind them, they made me want to pick up a history books to learn more about them.
These Powerful Award-Winning Photos Left a Deep Impact
Some photographs have the power to leave a lasting image on our minds. They tell inspiring, moving, heartbreaking, and unforgettable stories without the need for words. The world has been gifted many such great photographs courtesy of the famous Pulitzer Prize Photographs.
These Photos Will Remind You of the True Power of Nature
Natural disasters occur all over the planet, but it takes a particular kind of image of such a disaster to remind us of the true power of nature, and how helpless we are when it unleashes its wrath. These 18 photos will leave you humbled by its sheer, unbridled power: 1.
The Power of Natural Disasters Captured in Poignant Photos
Among Mother Gaia's most powerful tools are natural disasters , swirling storms of fury spurred on by the angry elements, shaking the very foundation on which we live.
History Come Calling - Fascinating Photos!
I love seeing these fascinating photos from days gone by, which seem sometimes like yesterday, and sometimes, as I look at the world around us currently, like a 10 lifetimes ago... Workers at Disneyland in the Cafeteria, 1961. A bar in New York the night before prohobition starts, 1920.
These Past and Present Comparison Photos Are So Powerful
Related: Time Transforms Everything - 15 Incredible Photos 1. "Visitors in The Metropolitan Museum of Art viewing a painting (Emanuel Leutze’s Washington Crossing The Delaware - 1851) - 1910 and 2019" 2. The Big Oak in Thomasville, Georgia - 1895 and 2020 3. A farmhouse 125 years apart 4.
Relive History with This Treasure Trove of Old Photos
Looking at these photos, I feel as if I’ve opened an old treasure chest. I appreciate how these nostalgic photos present a window to a world now gone.
These Vintage Photos Left an Indelible Mark on History
The subjects of the photos we're about to show you, be it infamous criminals, famed actors, or monumental events, have all earned a place in world history, but we often can't put a name to the face, so to speak, and have a very one-sided view of history and its events and key figures.
15 Powerful Photos Capturing the Drama of Nature
The competition offered both professional and amateur photographers the opportunity to share their most outstanding photos depicting the glory of nature. With so many submissions from all around the world, we couldn’t help but share another installment of breathtaking images from the competition.
You May Know These Photos But Not Their History
Turns out Eckford and the girl behind her, Hazel Bryan whose face is contorted mid-shout share a complicated history beyond this immortalized moment.
22 Award-Winning Photos That Capture the Power of Nature
The winners of the 2020 International Photography Award were finally announced, and the winning images from the nature category remind us once again of the immense power of nature.
Was The First Famous War Photo in History Staged?
“The Valley of the Shadow of Death” is the first famous war photo in history. It was captured by Roger Fenton in 1855 in the aftermath of the Crimean War. The photo depicts a barren landscape, in the midst of which we see a road littered with cannonballs.
Finally Released: Incredibly Rare Photos of History.
History is not made of text in old books. It's not made of photos, either, or of videos, tools, devices or even memories. History is made of people. After all, people create history, they write history and they are the only creature that CARES about it, too. But we do.
History Doesn't Forget: Rare Historic Photos!
It's easy to forget history as something represented only in stories and writing.
These Incredible Photos Are Pieces History Will Never Forget
An old saying goes: " Look to the future, but study the past. " Indeed the past has a constant influence on everything we do today, even if the passage of time sometimes makes it seem unreal, the events of history did occur and do affect us today.
History Is Brought Alive With These Colorized Old Photos
Old black and white photos have a certain charm about them. But haven’t we all wondered how these old photographs would look if they were colorized? Whether it is those black and white photos of your grandparents or some famous historical picture, seeing them in color can be quite fascinating.
Learn About Photography's History Through These Old Photos
Using cameras has allowed us to capture and broadcast key moments of history, changing the way many people perceive themselves and the world around them. In celebration of the incredible history of photography, here are 12 outstanding photographic 'firsts' that span the last couple of centuries. 1.
Admire Some of History’s Finest Photos Reimagined in Color
Photography has been around long enough to have captured some of the most iconic, dramatic and terrifying moments in history, as well as many prominent figures of the 19th and 20th century.
Discover the Beauty of Powerful Steam Trains...
And yet despite their age, these old metal giants are still working today, and have the power to blow me away with a wild and powerful kind of beauty we just don’t get to see any more… Steam locomotives were first developed in Great Britain during the early 19th century and dominated railway transport
22 Old Photos That Really Make History Come Alive
I think I have a good knowledge of history, but I always learn something new when browsing through old photos. They let you temporarily enter an entirely different world. One small detail I never thought of before can blow my mind and change the way I look at an era.