This might be great, you did an job that is awesome! I happened to be getting lost searching at all of the details and imagining what it might have been like being there. As a whole people tend to romanticize the past, and i believe ...
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- This is great, you did an awesome job! I was getting lost looking at all the details and imagining what it would have been like being there. In general people tend to romanticize the past, and I think a photo like this can really help you imagine what it would have been like on an average day back then. Great job bringing this slice of life back to life!
- Thanks, glad you liked it. That's exactly why I chose this photo. Just a snapshot of a time most of us weren't alive to enjoy.
- It's a credit to your work that I often forget which sub I'm in and don't realize it's been colorized until I get to the comments.
- Ha, good. That's what I try to aim for
- This is absolutely amazing. I'm in awe!
- That feels vaguely tilt shifted.
- What's with "war" being superimposed over "defense"?
- "Buy US Def - WAR - ense bonds"
- "No need for alarm, just making sure we have the money in case we need it, you never know when --" pearl harbor "fack IT EVERYONE DIES"
- It is weird. The Defense Department wasn't called the "Defense Department" until 1948. From the time of its creation in 1789 until 1948 it was always "The Department of War/War Department."
- The best defense is a great offense.
- What's the wooden tower on the sidewalk?
- That's a streetcar control tower. Someone would climb in and work the switches.
- Neat! Thanks for responding. I'd have never figured that out.
- I thought it was a bird feeder, because in those times birds were huge.
- That's so crazy! I never thought about what they did before automation.
- Must have got hot as hell in there in the summer. Read more comments