There’s something about people in old photographs. Maybe it’s their smile—or lack of a smile, maybe it’s the look in their eyes, or maybe it’s the way they’re posed. If you look closely, you’ll see the photograph shows much more than just people. It is a microcosm of the time the picture was taken, a depiction of their when. As our modern eyes stare into their historic eyes, something passes between us, not only from the picture to us, but from their time to our time. When the picture was taken, they had the modern eyes, they were up-to-date. In this age of digital pictures, what our legacy will be? A hundred years from now, will people stare at our images on device screens and wonder how we lived?
Pictures not only show who we are, they show WHEN WE ARE.
Warning: some adult language
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