Emily // 19 // Oztraylian // Uni Student - Studying a Bachelor of Media // But a Creative@Heart //
You'll find I like a lot of things.
//McFly//Harry Potter//OneDirection//Marvel//Musicals//Photography
//Digital Design//

I guess

—I disagree with you but ill let you have this one because I don’t feel like debating anymore with your simple ass (via monitormylife)

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Cloudy with a chance of raspberries and cucumber.


Cloudy with a chance of raspberries and cucumber.


Historic Black and White Pictures Restored in Color 

The history of photography is only about two hundred years old and the period when it was possible to take coloured pictures is a lot shorter than that. However, colour makes us perceive the image we view as more realistic. Fortunately, there are communities of colourizing black and white photography enthusiasts, such as  r/ColorizedHistory , that bring us emotionally closer to our roots with their work.

1..2 .Marilyn Monroe, 1957.  Original photo by Richard Avedon
                                                          Colourized by Zuzzah

3.4. Louis Armstrong practicing in his dressing room, ca 1946.                                             Original photo by William Gottlieb
                                                       Colourized by DanaKeller

5.6. Theoretical physicist Albert Einstein,1921. 
                                            Original photo by Ferdinand Schmutzer
                                                                      Colourized by Klassixx

7.8. Helen Keller meeting Charlie Chaplin in 1919.
       Original photo by Roy Export Company / Cineteca diBologna
                                                           Colourized photoby 

9.10. Construction of the Golden Gate Bridge ca 1935.
                                                        Original photo source unknown
                                                                Colourized by Dana Keller

Via  boredpanda


every 1st september we joke about getting ready for hogwarts to cover up the very real and very very deep scars of never getting our letters

(via stilinskiandthewolves)