Some of the most iconic photos of our history. Seeing them in color makes it even more surreal.
HOW THE FUCK IS THIS DONE—
did i already reblog this
who cares it’s awesome
The middle three I think are especially poignant, because I think when images of destruction, violence, and death are seen in black and white, there’s a sort of unreality about them…a tendency to see them as history, the stuff of textbooks, and not as real things that really happened.
“No shield here - crest. I mean all that came in the later editions. This one’s a bit wonky but you get the idea. Perhaps Hufflepuff house would have the respect it deserves from the fans if I’d stayed with my original idea of a bear to represent it?” - Notes from J.K. Rowling inside a first edition of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone
Bear!Hufflepuff… plot bunnies running around in my head…