Dear Photograph - Take a picture of a picture from the past in the present.
"Dear Photograph" project... take a picture of a photograph from the past in the present. I love the descriptions that come with these.
This site made me cry! Take a picture of a picture from the past in the present. dearphotograph.com
Must do this
Singapore River once the life line of the city provide visitors with the unique experience of Singapore’s past and present. You can take a
I could see something like this in the middle of a wall full of pictures of family, past and present.
Dear photographer, take this picture. Dear husband, do this so the photographer can take this picture.
For the Home
Every anniversary take a picture of you two holding a picture from the year before.
Take a photograph of each person you're giving a gift to and attach it to their present with photo corners.
Clever ideas and wit
Then and now photos of Anne Frank’s world. These images are from Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, where the past and present come together in a somewhat haunting photo series of World War II.
The Victorian Home: The Grandeur and Comforts of the Victorian Era, in Households Past and Present
As a thank you to her aunt, Joanna Rose, for creating a the show of 651 red & white quilts in NYC last year, City Quilter customer & student, Deborah Bingham, had the wonderful idea to make a "Dear Jane" quilt in red & white as a surprise gift. Deborah & her two City Quilter "Dear Jane" teachers, Judy Doenias & Diane Rode Schneck, recruited about 35 past & present Dear Jane classmates to collaborate on this 168 block quilt shown here with Mrs. Rose, husband, Deborah & the other quilters.
I believ in the future of agriculture, with a faith born not of words, but of deeds acheivments won by present and past generations of agriculturists......
Latvia, A photograph of three children from the Gordon family, all perished in the Holocaust.
Don't let the sadness from the past or the fear of the future rob the happiness of the present.
words to live by.
The picture was taken in the early 1930s by the sender's grandfather, who lived in Alaska. The entitiy was first seen when the grandfather was on his way to a lake. He chased the entity until he got close enough to take this one picture. It was some four months before the photograph was developed, being in in a remote, sparsely populated area. The sender received the picture from his grandfather only last week. His grandfather died the day after
Strange and fascinating photos from the past... some offer a view of life in the past and some are a little close to the ones we take today. This is a woman mourning the loss of a loved one; a common type of photo in Victorian times.
The only thing that makes it a big part of your life is that you keep thinking about it. Don’t cry over the past, it’s gone. Don’t stress about the future, it hasn’t arrived. Just live in the present, concentrate on the things you can control, and take one small step at a time.
An Introduction to the Art of Theatre: A Comprehensive Text- Past, Present, And Future