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NADAR: A Renaissance Man of Photography

NADAR: A Renaissance Man Of Photography

By Bill Dobbins

Photographers nowadays tend to specialize.  Most just do photography, some also direct films or commercials.  But that was not the case with Gaspard-Félix Tournachon (6 April 1820 – 20 March 1910), known by the pseudonym  704 more words


In the Blink of an Eye enters the (Bristol) world

I hope I’ve already thanked everyone involved in my Bristol book launch of In the Blink of an Eye directly, but after such a brilliant evening I had to put some thoughts and photos in a post. 199 more words

One more postcard - Bob Hope's house then and now

Have you ever said to yourself, I want a house that resembles a volcano? Bob Hope did.

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Cheesy 1980s Motel Postcards

I ran across this great cache of motel postcards from the 80s and have to share them with you.

1984 – The Downtown Howard Johnson’s, New Orleans… 125 more words

The history of my grandparents' house

This is the story of a house in Vancouver. It was my grandparents’ house, but it could be any house you grew up in.

The present… 812 more words

A Halloween How-To-Do-It

It is another year gone by and it has been busy! So with few words but best wishes to one and all for a very fun day and evening on this 2017 Halloween, here is this year’s post. 132 more words


A Little R&R - Readers & Research: Women Photographers, part 1

You have read about women photographers on this blog before, particularly in my posts for Women’s History Month, Remember the Ladies (March 2016) and Good Common Sense… 818 more words