In a world of mostly disposable images the idea that hundreds of people would gather to look at mostly random pictures seems unlikely. But these are pictures that open windows into other worlds…the past. They charm and enchant us with their glimpses into other lives and they remind us with their permanence of what we have given away for our digital freedom.
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