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.
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!