Via MeFi, recomposited color photographs from the turn of the century at the Library of Congress’s online exhibition of Prokudin-Gorskii. Some of my favorites include Jewish children with their teacher, the very fat Emir of Bukhara, the beautiful monastery, the cryptic fabric merchant, and the Uzbek woman.
Daily Archives: December 27, 2004
The Berkeley homepage has a silly animated image of “Berkeley” getting covered in snow. There is no snow in Berkeley, and they aren’t fooling anyone by their Flash shenanigans. What malarkey!