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FOLLOW ME FOR MORE.. South Dakota 126 years ago. Indian Chiefs who had Council with General Miles and Settled the Indian War. 1. Standing Bull, 2. Bear Who Stands and Looks Back, 3. Has the Big White Horse, 4. White Tail, 5. Living Bear, 6. Little Thunder, 7. Bull Dog, 8. High Hawk, 9. Lame, 10. Eagle Pipe This image is from the John C.H. Grabill Collection at the Library of Congress. The 188 photographs that Grabill sent to the Library for copyright protection between 1887 and 1892 are thought to be the largest surviving collection of this gifted early Western photographer’s work. The images document frontier life in Colorado, South Dakota, and Wyoming and include views of hunters, prospectors, cowboys, Chinese immigrants, and U.S. Army personnel, as well as of cattle and sheep ranches, mining operations, towns, natural landmarks, forts, railroads, mills, stagecoaches, and wagons. The collection includes a visual record of railroad development; coaches and wagons; mining, smelting, and milling; freighting; emerging cities and towns; parades; cattle roundups and branding; sheepherding; prospecting; and hunting. A number of the images portray the Lakota Sioux living on or near the Cheyenne River and the Pine Ridge reservations and their contact with U.S. military and government agents, and with William “Buffalo Bill” Cody. Notable Lakota depicted include the chiefs Red Cloud, American Horse, and Standing Elk, and the warrior Plenty Horses. Some of the photographs were taken only days after the 1890 massacre at Wounded Knee near Pine Ridge. Very little is known about Grabill. He arrived in Sturgis, South Dakota, in 1886, where he set up a photographic studio. Information printed on the photographic mounts indicates that he also had studios in Deadwood, Lead City, and Hot Springs, South Dakota, in Colorado, and possibly in Chicago, and that he was the “official photographer of the Black Hills and F.P. [Fort Pierre] R.R. and Home Stak #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #USA   #h   #historic   #historylovers   #amazing   #incredible   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #unknown   #humancivilization   #record   #humanhistory   #nativeamerican   #native   #indigenous  

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What A Time To Be Alive🙏 We live in the most technologically advanced stage of humanity so far.🏗 We didnt have to go through the same struggles out ancestors went through for shelter thousands of years ago .😌 Be grateful for that;this is truly the best time to exist as human being.😁 #grateful   #gratitude   #inspiration   #whatatimetobealive   #humancivilization  

South Dakota 126 years ago. Indian Chiefs who had Council with General Miles and Settled the Indian War. 1. Standing Bull, 2. Bear Who Stands and Looks Back, 3. Has the Big White Horse, 4. White Tail, 5. Living Bear, 6. Little Thunder, 7. Bull Dog, 8. High Hawk, 9. Lame, 10. Eagle Pipe This image is from the John C.H. Grabill Collection at the Library of Congress. The 188 photographs that Grabill sent to the Library for copyright protection between 1887 and 1892 are thought to be the largest surviving collection of this gifted early Western photographer’s work. The images document frontier life in Colorado, South Dakota, and Wyoming and include views of hunters, prospectors, cowboys, Chinese immigrants, and U.S. Army personnel, as well as of cattle and sheep ranches, mining operations, towns, natural landmarks, forts, railroads, mills, stagecoaches, and wagons. The collection includes a visual record of railroad development; coaches and wagons; mining, smelting, and milling; freighting; emerging cities and towns; parades; cattle roundups and branding; sheepherding; prospecting; and hunting. A number of the images portray the Lakota Sioux living on or near the Cheyenne River and the Pine Ridge reservations and their contact with U.S. military and government agents, and with William “Buffalo Bill” Cody. Notable Lakota depicted include the chiefs Red Cloud, American Horse, and Standing Elk, and the warrior Plenty Horses. Some of the photographs were taken only days after the 1890 massacre at Wounded Knee near Pine Ridge. Very little is known about Grabill. He arrived in Sturgis, South Dakota, in 1886, where he set up a photographic studio. Information printed on the photographic mounts indicates that he also had studios in Deadwood, Lead City, and Hot Springs, South Dakota, in Colorado, and possibly in Chicago, and that he was the “official photographer of the Black Hills and F.P. [Fort Pierre] R.R. and Home Stak #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #USA   #h   #historic   #historylovers   #amazing   #incredible   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #unknown   #humancivilization   #record   #humanhistory   #nativeamerican   #native   #indigenous   #apache   #cherokee   #tribes  

I Q R A . . . . . @portraitofpakistan @visage_pk #instagood   #pakistaniphotographer   #visualart   #nikon   #ontheroadnikon   #lightroom   #demons   #humancivilization   #storyofhumangreatness   from your perspective islamic republic of pakistan #photoofday   #photography   #igers   #vsco   #model   #modelgram   #modellife   #girl   #beauty   #leaves   #lightroompk  

سنا ہے اس کے شبستاں سے متصل ہے بہشت مکیں ادھر کے بھی جلوے ادھر کے دیکھتے ہیں رکے تو گردشیں اس کا طواف کرتی ہیں چلے تو اس کو زمانے ٹھہر کے دیکھتے ہیں . . . . . @visage_pk @portraitofpakistan @lightroompk #instagood   #pakistaniphotographer   #visualart   #nikon   #ontheroadnikon   #lightroom   #humancivilization   #storyofhumangreatness   from your perspective islamic republic of pakistan #photoofday   #photography   #igers   #vsco   #androonlahre   #potraitgraphy   #potraitoftheday   #potrait   #modelgram   #modellife   #model   #girl   #photoofday   #charm   #beauty  

 What Happened to Bobby Dunbar? written by Shelly Barclay The mystery of Bobby Dunbar is one that is almost more terrifying than a murder mystery. It is the story of a child lost and another likely taken from his mother and guardian to replace a lost boy. It is the story of two boys lost, one seemingly gone forever and one taken and raised as another child. The story begins when the Dunbar family spent a pleasant day fishing at Swayze Lake in Louisiana. It was August 23, 1912. Lunch was ready for the family. So the parents, Lessie and Percy Dunbar, and two boys walked back to enjoy a picnic. But their 4-year-old boy, Robert (Bobby), never made it. After noticing that he was not with them, the parents weren’t that worried. He had evidently just wandered off, perhaps distracted by something in the woods and he’d gone to investigate. They called out for him but he didn’t appear. As the afternoon dragged on and Bobby still did not appear, Lessie and Percy Dunbar contacted the authorities, who organized a search of the area. The only thing found was a series of small footprints, which may have been Robert’s, leading away from the lake. Despite this clue, the trail went cold. Little Bobby Dunbar had vanished. The disappearance of Bobby Dunbar made headlines. The search lasted eight months before police found a boy they believed was little Bobby Dunbar. They found the child in Mississippi with William Cantwell Walters. Police arrested Walters and took the child, despite Walters claims that the boy was not Bobby Dunbar. He said the boy was, in fact, Charles Bruce Anderson, who went by his middle name Bruce. Walters claimed Bruce’s mother was his traveling companion, Julia Anderson and that Julia gave permission for Bruce to be with him. Subsequently, Julia insisted the boy was indeed her son Bruce. Continued in comment...... #history   #historybuff   #historical   #USA   #historic   #historylovers   #amazing   #disappeared   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #1910   #humancivilization   #victorianera   #humanhistory   #historymystery   #bobbydunbar   #amazingfacts   #kids   #historicalbridge   #historyporn   #historyfacts   #historia  

Dekorasi akad udah siap, Pengantin pria udah siap, Mahar baru terkumpul "seperangkat alat solat", Tinggal pengantin perempuannya ajah,😂 . 👧: mundur mas kamu miskin. 👦: minggir dek tidak nampak surga ditelapak kaki mu untuk anak2 ku . . . #photography   #frame   #budaya   #decor   #snapseed   #perfective   #goodlooking   #art   #placestovisit   #vintage   #architecturephotography   #humancivilization   #lhokseumawe   #lanscapephotography   #colection   #quote   #menjadimanusia   #aceh   #architecture   #nature   #instagood   #instagram   #instashot   #instastyle   #unique   #2019   #art   #interiordesign  

مسکراتا آسماں ہنستی زمیں ہے ارے دیکھنا یہ زندگی کتنی حسین ہے @byiqra.1 @portraitofpakistan @visage_pk @lightroompk @snapseedpk #instagood   #pakistaniphotographer   #visualart   #nikon   #ontheroadnikon   #lightroom   #humancivilization   #storyofhumangreatness   from your perspective islamic republic of pakistan #photoofday   #photography   #igers   #vsco   #androonlahre   #potraitgraphy   #potraitoftheday   #potrait   #model   #modellife   #girl   #flowers   #sun   #dayshoot  

Hanya hak pakai bukan hak milik. Seperti dunia ini. Hak pakai saja. Maka beramal lah. . . . . . . . #photography   #frame   #filter   #snapseed   #perfective   #goodlooking   #houseplants   #photo   #housedecor   #history   #since   #vintage   #architecturephotography   #humancivilization   #lhokseumawe   #lhoksukon   #architecturaldetail   #artbuilding   #aceh   #acehutara  

America's first aerial photograph Boston 1860 Boston, as the Eagle and the Wild Goose See It," by James Wallace Black, captured on October 13, 1860 from a balloon - the first aerial photograph taken in America.  Source: Boston public library Black (1825-1896), an innovative Boston photographer and portraitist, rode aboard Samuel Archer King's hot-air balloon, the "Queen of the Air," as it was tethered at Boston Common, to expose glass plate negatives. The resulting photo was titled "Boston, as the Eagle and the Wild Goose See It" – the first such aerial photograph in America. #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #USA   #historic   #historylovers   #amazing   #incredible   #vintage   #boston   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #aviationhistory   #humancivilization   #1938   #ballons   #historybuff   #historyporn   #historyfacts   #historia   #historyporn   #historyfacts   #historicalbridge   #historybuff   #aerialphotography  

Traveled to San Diego this weekend to visit the lovely @kristy_tee . I love it there. Good company makes it even sweeter... Can I just say how much of a friggin miracle flying in a jet plane is? 💯% the most remarkable experience many modern humans take for granted. 99.99999% of humanity never saw, or imagined what I could see plainly from my window on the quick jump back to Vegas. Human civilization is a sight to behold. #fromonhigh   #humancivilization   #amazeballs  

(World history quiz.) Could you identify the boy in the center of the photo?? Please comment Hint - This boy is one of the powerful world leader today. Answer will be announced tomorrow after 24 hrs. #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #historic   #historylovers   #amazing   #incredible   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #humancivilization   #russia   #china   #india   #culture   #usa   #Europe   #historystuff   #historynerd   #historybuff   #historia  

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Not sure about the English term... I want to say an electricaltransformer ? ... tb to our nisyrosisland day trip last summer ... #latergram   #electricity   #islandlife   #greekislands   #bluesky   #symmetry   #wires   #humancivilization   #summertrip   #summermemories   #impressive   #contrast   #viewfrombelow   weatherworn ... Please do not use image without permission.

I logged into my intergalactic Netflix and was quite sad to find this documentary. I think it’s a few years old but this is the impression that humans have made on the extraterrestrials. It’s a good thing we’re getting our shit together! It seems we have made an unfavorable impression based on past behaviors. Time to evolve ! #humancivilization   #aliens   #mockumentary  

A dying soldier clutching to a priest after being hit by sniper fire. Navy chaplain Luis Padillo gives last rites to a soldier wounded by sniper fire during a revolt in Venezuela. On June 4th, 1962, a young photographer working for the Venezuelan newspaper “La Republica” took some of the best photos of his career. That photographer was Héctor Rondón Lovera. One of his photographs from that day – depicting a dying soldier clutching to a priest in the street with his sniper thrown to the ground – won the World Press Photo of the Year and the 1963 Pulitzer Prize for Photography. The story behind the photograph is Navy chaplain Luis Padillo found himself in the middle of El Porteñazo, a short-lived military rebellion against Rómulo Betancourt’s government. Leaving more than 400 dead and 700 injured, this battle lasted four days. When Padillo saw there were dying soldiers on the street, he braved the warfare and put himself in the crossfires to offer last rites to the dying. In this process, he came across an injured soldier, who clung to the priest as the battle waged on around them. The picture, some say, could not be more perfect: in the background is situated a “carnicería,” and the meaning of this word means both a “butcher’s shop” and “slaughter” or “carnage.” This wording captures the gravity and tragedy of the situation depicted and completes the composition. What is even more remarkable about this photograph is the fact that the priest ultimately walked away from the scene unscathed, despite the fact that Lovera had to lie flat on the ground to avoid getting shot. The courage and determination of the priest are what make this photo so iconic. His sheer resolve to give these soldiers the one thing he could provide them in the face of danger shows the beautiful side of humanity. - Melanie Rosenblatt #religion   #Christainity   #passionofchrist   #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #USA   #Padre   #historic   #historylovers   #amazing   #incredible   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #fallensoldiers   #RIP   #humancivilization   #priest   #historyporn   #historyfacts   #historia   #venezuela   #passionofthechrist  

"Human history has become too much of dogma taught by 'professionals' in ivory towers as though its all a fact. The further back you go, the more that history that's taught in schools and universities begins to look like some kind of faerie story." - Graham Hancock Picture I took at the Giza Plateu in Egypt. The feelings I got when I first saw this magnificent megalithic structure was unlike anything I have felt. How did our predecessors build this? Picture was edited by the beautiful @fionaramaphotography @fia._fiona ❤️! Thank you for bringing this beautiful picture to life! . #ancientegypt   #ancient   #vintage   #beautyoflife   #dailyquotes   #quotestoliveby   #quotesaboutlife   #travelphotography   #pyramids   #gizapyramids   #egypt   #egyptian   #photography   #history   #knowledge   #humancivilization   #pyramidsofgiza   #sphynx   #giza   #gizaplateau   #museide  

Good lighting can make anything look good ✨

Trivia Tuesday! "Agriculture was the key development in the rise of what?" Answer: Sedentary human civilization. #trivia   #tuesday   #agriculture   #development   #humancivilization  

Why the melting pot is not always positive https://real-agenda.com/world-3/why-the-melting-pot-is-not-always-positive/ #meltingpot   #humancivilization   #personality  

Why the melting pot is not always positive https://real-agenda.com/world-3/why-the-melting-pot-is-not-always-positive/ #meltingpot   #humancivilization   #personality  

Picture by @bishal_hazarika This wasn't taken by me yet I was under the urge to post it. The picture beautifully expresses the momentariness of humankind. Perhaps, something which is the most positive portrayal of humanity, particularly in the present era where everything by a default, is expected to be synthetic. The only unsettling question that strikes my train of thought— "What does it mean to be human?" Having been exposed to all the harsh realities of; and atrocities committed by the human civilization, I have adopted an antagonistic opinion for everything that our forefathers have built and presented to us. However, this picture tosses me into an entirely different avenue, an undebatable paradox about the truth. #trainofthoughts   #paradox   #humancivilization   #diwali   #lanterns   #skylanterns   #philosophy   #psychology   #humankind   #humanity   #nightphotography   #lowlight   #lowlightphotography   #festivaloflights   #festival   #thoughts   #deepthoughts  

1913, mailing a child via Parcel Post In the USA, the Post Office’s Parcel Post was introduced in 1913. Within weeks, a number of parents attempted to send their children by post. In Ohio, Jesse and Mathilda Beagle posted their son James, eight months old, to his grandmother. The delivery cost 15c - cheaper than a rail ticket. Mr and Mrs Beagle insured James for $50. In 1920, the Post Office elected to no longer deliver children. #history   #historybuff   #historical   #USA   #historic   #historylovers   #amazing   #delivery   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #1910   #humancivilization   #victorianera   #humanhistory   #postman   #mailservice   #snowballfight   #amazingfacts   #kids   #historicalbridge   #historyporn   #historyfacts   #historia  

Repost @history_and_stories • • • • • The four penny coffin was one of the first homeless shelters in Victorian England The shelter was named the “four penny coffin” because its sleeping quarters consisted of rows of coffin-shaped beds where homeless people could spend the night for a sum of four pennies. The four penny coffin was popular because it was cheaper than several small shelters that existed at the time, and its clients praised it because the Salvation Army allowed them to actually lie down and sleep on their backs. Other shelters enforced a practice that seems somewhat cruel: the homeless people would pay to spend the night, but they were only allowed to sit on benches while resting. The four penny coffin practiced the same rule, but only for those who couldn’t afford a coffin-bed for four pennies. Those who could only come up with a single penny were allowed to sit on the shelter’s benches and rest, but they weren’t allowed to sleep and the shelter’s officials monitored the rooms at night to shake any poor folks who closed their eyes and drifted into a troubled slumber. However, those who managed to pay the price of two pennies were able to afford the so-called “two penny hangover”: they couldn’t enter the sleeping quarters but were allowed to sleep on the shelter’s benches. Story Source - thevintagenews.com Photo source - alamy. Com and Getty images #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #employment   #historic   #historylovers   #Manchester   #amazing   #vintage   #victorianera   #historynerd   #historyteacher   #humancivilization   #historybuff   #homeless   #coffin   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historyporn   #historystuff   #historyporn   Man chester #england   #London   #Manchesterslums  

The four penny coffin was one of the first homeless shelters in Victorian England The shelter was named the “four penny coffin” because its sleeping quarters consisted of rows of coffin-shaped beds where homeless people could spend the night for a sum of four pennies. The four penny coffin was popular because it was cheaper than several small shelters that existed at the time, and its clients praised it because the Salvation Army allowed them to actually lie down and sleep on their backs. Other shelters enforced a practice that seems somewhat cruel: the homeless people would pay to spend the night, but they were only allowed to sit on benches while resting. The four penny coffin practiced the same rule, but only for those who couldn’t afford a coffin-bed for four pennies. Those who could only come up with a single penny were allowed to sit on the shelter’s benches and rest, but they weren’t allowed to sleep and the shelter’s officials monitored the rooms at night to shake any poor folks who closed their eyes and drifted into a troubled slumber. However, those who managed to pay the price of two pennies were able to afford the so-called “two penny hangover”: they couldn’t enter the sleeping quarters but were allowed to sleep on the shelter’s benches. Story Source - thevintagenews.com Photo source - alamy. Com and Getty images #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #employment   #historic   #historylovers   #Manchester   #amazing   #vintage   #victorianera   #historynerd   #historyteacher   #humancivilization   #historybuff   #homeless   #coffin   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historyporn   #historystuff   #historyporn   Man chester #england   #London   #Manchesterslums  

It's Pay-What-You-Wish Wednesday at @philamuseum from 5pm to 8:45pm! Be sure to check out the new exhibit (it opened just yesterday!!) titled "Designs for Different Futures," which asks the question: What do you want the future to look like? 🤔🤖🎨⁠

🤯 Rejecting technology and information may indicate we are denying the evolution of our civilization. Believing those terms belong to others called scientists or millennials create an additional tension that doesn´t let humanity to create a unified vision of the future. . . The more we believe information, social media, technology, and science are against the environment and humankind, the more we will create resistance towards a sustainable future. A sustainable future not only in terms of natural resources but also in terms of the mental health of those walking on this planet. . . As we know that governments and private corporations have their agenda, it is our responsibility as individuals to care, understand and assimilate from the heart the changes we are facing. . Part of that responsibility is to understand the programs we were uploaded with, 5, 20, 30, 40 or 60 years ago, are no longer aligned with the paradigms of the current world. It is an imminent need to do “consciousness” work, so we can adapt to the changes to come and win the R-evolution we are looking for. It is time to stop fighting for what is outside ourselves, and start looking for what the mind and the soul are seeking. . Test yourself and see how often you are rejecting tech and information. ·🔘You are closed to apps and social media. 🔘 You are afraid of social media. ·🔘 Technology never works for you. · 🔘You don´t want to learn new programs. 🔘You never read scientific papers. 🔘 You don´t care about new technology. ·🔘 You believe that technology is the end of humanity.

Delivering a computer in 1957 Seen here is the Norwich City Council’s first computer, being delivered to the City Treasurer’s Department in Bethel Street, Norwich in 1957. The City of Norwich, and its forward-thinking Treasurer, Mr A.J. Barnard, were pioneers in the application of computer technology to the work of UK local authorities and businesses. In 1953-4, Mr Barnard and his team began looking for an electronic system to handle its rates and payroll. They began discussions with Elliott Brothers of London in 1955, and the City Council ordered the first Elliott 405 computer from them in January 1956. It was delivered to City Hall in February 1957 and became operational in April 1957. The event was celebrated by a demonstration of the machine in front of the Lord Mayor of Norwich and the press on 3 April 1957. [Source: Norfolk Record Office] #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #USA   #historic   #historylovers   #windows   #incredible   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #humancivilization   #newspapers   #humanhistory   #android   #computers   #apple   #laptop   #amazingfacts   #historicalbridge   #historyporn   #historyfacts   #historia   #windows10  

Photograph of Ham the Space Chimp After Orbiting the Earth, January 31, 1961 Before NASA could send humans into space, they used animals as test subjects to determine whether or not a human could survive or perform tasks miles above the Earth’s surface. On January 31, 1961, Ham the space chimpanzee made history by traveling in a Mercury capsule blasted into low Earth orbit. This photo, submitted by NASA to the Senate Committee on Space and Astronautics, captured an image of Ham stretching for an apple after the capsule’s safe landing. More than just a passive rider, Ham readily performed a series of learned tasks on his journey proving that humans would have at least a limited functional capability in space. #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #spacechimps   #historic   #historylovers   #chimpanzee   #nasa   #spacesuit   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #historyteacher   #humancivilization   #historybuff   #children   #chimps   #spaceriders   #historyporn   #prototype   #1961   #space   #nasa   #spaceresearch   #spaceflight  

The ancient ruins that the oldest human civilisation in history, 12000 ago, way more than archaeologist predictions. And in that ruins there are no writing. Means architecture is earlier than writing. #sanliurfa   #gobeklitepe   #humancivilization   #archaeology   #backpacktravel   #ancientruins   #turkey🇹🇷   #turkey_home   #solotravels   natgeo @natgeo @lonely__world__ #一人旅   #古跡巡り   #トルコ旅行  

A Victorian Couple Trying Not To Laugh While Getting Their Portraits Done, 1890s. This makes all oldtime photos seem less creepy Photo showing That Victorians Weren’t That Serious #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #USA   #brooklyn   #historic   #historylovers   #amazing   #incredible   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #humancivilization   #victorianera   #humanhistory   #smile   #centralpark   #laugh   #amazingfacts   #1890   #historicalbridge   #historyporn   #historyfacts   #historia  

I wish I could open my mouth to speak of a thousand sins, but my life has been tied up to #entertain   humancivilization and it's #glorious   progeny . I wish I could reunite with my family in the marshes, rivers or lakes wherever there is little parch of ours left for the taking. I wish the earth was kinder to us Sincerely #otherlives   #animalrights   #animalwelfare   #peta   #leonardodicaprio   #wwfindia   #thailandtravel   #thailand🇹🇭   #tourism   #travel   #wouldyouliveourlives  

The first photograph of Earth from space, taken on 24 October 1946. WHITE SANDS MISSILE RANGE / APPLIED PHYSICS LABORATORY This is the first photograph of Earth ever taken from space. It was captured on 24 October 1946 from a rocket 105 km above the ground that had been launched from the White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico, USA. The rocket was a German V2, captured by the Americans at the end of World War II. Hundreds of scientists and engineers from the Nazi rocket program were vital to the postwar development of the American and Russian space programs. Though the V2 had rained terror on London and other cities during the war, in peacetime the explosive warhead was removed and replaced with a package of scientific instruments. These included a 35mm motion-picture camera set to snap one picture every second and a half. The resulting images, developed from film dropped back to Earth in a tough steel canister, were like nothing that had been seen before. Until this point, the highest vantage point from which photos had been taken was some 22 km, aboard a high-altitude balloon. The balloon pictures had shown the curvature of the Earth at the horizon, but the rocket photos opened new possibilities. Clyde Holliday, the engineer who developed the camera, saw the potential: in a 1950 National Geographic article, he predicted that one day “the entire land area of the globe might be mapped in this way”. Credit - https://cosmosmagazine.com/space/the-first-photograph-of-earth-taken-from-space #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #historic   #historylovers   #spacesuit   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #historyteacher   #humancivilization   #historybuff   #children   #colours   #spaceriders   #historyporn   #prototype   #1946   #space   #nasa   #spaceresearch   #spaceflight  

C.H.A.M.P.I.O.N . . . I changed my editing style in these pictures ....Do give your feedback And tell me which one is your Favourite 1,2,3,4,5,6??? . . . . @potraitofpakistan @iger_pakistan @ig_features_ @lightroompk @vscopk #instagood   #pakistaniphotographer   #visualart   #nikon   #ontheroadnikon   #lightroom   #humancivilization   #storyofhumangreatness   from your perspective islamic republic of pakistan #photoofday   #photography   #igers   #vsco   #androonlahre   #potraitgraphy   #potraitoftheday   #potrait   #potraitmood   #potraitsofpkistan   #modeling   #model   #modelgraphy   #taekwando   #sports   #player   #sportscomplex   #iger_followers  

May be you win this game but you can't defeat me.... . . . . . . . . @noor_zieml @potraitofpakistan @ig_features_ @iger_pakistan @sports #instagood   #pakistaniphotographer   #visualart   #nikon   #ontheroadnikon   #lightroom   #humancivilization   #storyofhumangreatness   from your perspective islamic republic of pakistan #photoofday   #photography   #igers   #vsco   #androonlahre   #potraitgraphy   #potraitoftheday   #potrait   #potraitmood   #potaraitgraphy   #modeling   #modelgraphy   #modesty   #girl   #sports   #taekwando  

IN BETWEEN THE LINES In Frame (@noor_zieml) . . . . #instagood   #pakistaniphotographer   #visualart   #nikon   #ontheroadnikon   #lightroom   #darkseries   #humancivilization   #storyofhumangreatness   from your perspective islamic republic of pakistan #photoofday   #photography   #igers   #vsco   #badshahimasjid   #androonlahre   #potraitgraphy   #potraitoftheday   #potrait   #sports   #uvaslhr   #sportscomplex   #potraitmood   #potraitsofpkistan   lightroom @ig_features_ @iger_pakistan @potraitofpakistan

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1939 Delahaye Type 165 is viewed by many as the most beautiful French car of the 1930's, only 5 of them were ever made with this one having been fatefully chosen by the French government to represent France at the 1939 New York World's Fair. Shortly after the car arrived at New York customs, Germany invaded Poland and set off World War 2, thus the Delahaye became stranded in no-mans land where it sat for 8 long years before being acquired by a Beverly Hills car dealer for the staggering (at the time) sum of $12,000 USD. Although beautiful, the Delahaye Type 165 wasn't just a pretty face, it has a quite advanced 4.5-litre, all-aluminium, triple overhead cam, 12-cylinder engine with a total of three downdraft Solex carburettors. Delahaye was an engineer at heart and as such he didn't have an in-house body shop, preferring to concentrate of the mechanical aspects of automotive production and leave the body to dedicated coachbuilding companies. The stunning design of the Type 165 was created by Paris based coachbuilders Figoni & Falasch #history   #glimpses   #historybuff   #historical   #USA   #redcars   #historic   #historylovers   #amazing   #incredible   #vintage   #vintagephotography   #historynerd   #humancivilization   #car   #humanhistory   #1930   #parisn   #dalhala   #amazingfacts   #coldrink   #historicalbridge   #historyporn   #historyfacts   #historia   #newyork   #happainga   #lukawuka   #hakkabakka