"A picture is worth a thousand words." Here are some of the most memorable photos of the past 100 years.
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It's so interesting to think that, in the moment, these events probably seemed so insignificant and not necessarily historically valuable. Fast Forward decades into the future, and these photos evoke so many different emotions: awe, wonder, humor, and despair. It makes you think about what's going on in our lives today that may seem small, that will one day become an historical icon!
These are epic! How are these 2 men able to be so composed with a lion right there? How long did it take for him to roar? I have so many questions about that scene. The 5MB hard disk is so funny given that I'm currently on a smartphone. Also, mad respect to the one sane person not saluting Hitler. The world needs more like him.
I kept going back to look at image number nine...to think that was only 65ish years ago and now we each basically carry a super computer in our pockets at all times is insane.
These images have me wondering what images will be pulled to show in an article of the future.
Aww, love the 1st one. Your mind can just imagine all types of sweet, and funny stories he’s telling his grandchildren. Loving #3’s Ham the Chimp. I follow Nasa and didn’t know about this ha! #5 founding of Apple is classic. It’s such a large part of people’s everyday life.
These are the type of photos that remind us life is worth living!!
Wow! These pictures are captivating. There are so many unspoken words captured in each shot. The emotions of the people within some of them really help to bring a story to life. I have always been interested in photography and loved the idea of someday capturing an "epic" or powerful photo like these.
It's so interesting that at the time these photos were taken, there was probably little thought as to exactly how significant they would become.
These photos are remarkable pieces of history. Thank you for sharing these. I'm currently on a sabbatical with my girlfriend in Costa Rica and took a couple of photos myself of my travels. In my own life, these photos may be turning points that sparked a new idea. At least I hope. A photo does hold a thousand words.