Memories from a past life #7

25 October 1938: Hyde Park Corner.


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Memories from a past life #6

26 October 1938: The sun comes through at the Pool of London.


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Memories from a past life #5

1 July 1907: St Pancras Railway Station.


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Memories from a past life #2

24 January 1934: Lincoln’s Inn Fields.


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Memories from a past life


Oxford Street – A Wet Day; Photographer: George Davison; Country: England; Medium: Photogravure; Portfolio: Kodak Portfolio: Souvenir of the Eastman Photographic Exhibition 1897; Atelier: James Craig Annan (Glasgow); Year: 1897;

“It is well known to most photographers that subjects which in blazing sunlight, or under ordinary conditions, would give very prosaic photographs, may, under special atmospheric conditions, yield very pictorial effects.  The example appended is the result of an attempt to take advantage of the softening effects of atmosphere on a wet day, and of the picturesqueness lent by reflections and concentration of the light.
The photograph is from a 5 by 4 film negative, taken in a No. 4 Cartridge Kodak.”

 Source: Photoseed

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Sherlock, “The Six Thatchers” – no spoilers, only *feels*💔

The game is ON, we LOVE the game and there’s only one gif that can express literally everything that has happened to anyone who already watched the first episode of series 4. So without further ado here it is – the thing that sums it all up:


P.S. If you are a massive Sherlock fan who by poor chance happens not to be living in the UK and haven’t watched “The Six Thatchers” yet, BEWARE! The Internet is not safe! There are spoilers EVERYWHERE so scroll through it with one eye closed just in case.

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