We tend to view the past in black and white. Because of this it makes it hard for us to truly connect to the past and to view those moments as real. The technology just wasn’t there to show us the world in colour, except for in one man’s home.
In 1913, electrical engineer Mervyn O’Gorman figured out a way to use potato starch to give his photos colour. The incredible photos were taken of his daughter, Christina, that year.… Keep Reading!!!
Martin Bruckner is the father of a toddler daughter. Like many parents, he began noticing some of the more absurd things coming out of his mouth like “please don’t put spaghetti between your toes…” and decided that these relatable parenting moments needed to be shared. So, he got creative… Soon he began taking real silly quotes from his family and drawing art to go along with their words.
And that is how Spaghetti Toes Tumblr was born.
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The boys and I were watching a video on the computer, minding our own business…
Later in the day I found about 1000 photos of us. All from when we were watching the video.
It would be more creepy if the photos weren’t so ridiculous.
So, you think you don’t react to the TV? Yeah, that’s what I thought. Here are some highlighted shots (Samuel has the best expressions):
So, now I need to make sure I’m fully clothed … Keep Reading!!!