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| First Clicks [pt.074-21]

good fuckin’ morning bots!

 back.to.basics style for now.

first click ever

The first permanent photograph ever taken, by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce in 1826.

first art syncronicity photograph

“Dali Atomicus” by Philippe Halsman.

This photograph was shot live.  It took 26 attempts, & over five  hours to get it to look like this.  Halsman would count, & on  ‘four’, Salvador Dali would leap in the air, three assistants would  throw cats, one other assistant would chuck the bucket of water, &  Halsman’s wife would hold the chair as Halsman took the picture.

first greatest sports photograph

Neil Leifer’s iconic photo of Muhammad Ali’s knockout of Cleveland Williams in 1966.

first hug for science photograph

A photograph from the October 1927 Fifth Solvay International Conference, where the world’s most notable physicists met to discuss the newly formulated quantum theory. The leading figures were Albert Einstein and Niels Bohr. Einstein, not completely convinced with Heisenberg’s “Uncertainty Principle,” said “God does not play dice.” Bohr replied, “Einstein, stop telling God what to do.”

furthest earth photograph

Pale Blue Dot is a photograph of planet Earth taken from a record distance of 3.7 billion miles, at the edge of our solar system.

Earth is the blue dot that can be seen at the middle of the picture seeing right

..still remains the Earth’s most distant photograph.

first “OWNED” photograph

Muybridge’s The Horse in Motion, 1878

In 1872, the former governor of California Leland Stanford, a businessman and race-horse owner, hired Muybridge for some photographic studies. He had taken a position on a popularly debated question of the day — whether all four feet of a horse were off the ground at the same time while trotting.

Muybridge settled Stanford’s question with a single photographic negative showing his Standardbred trotting horse Occident airborne at the trot.

hopefully more to come on that topic ;)



Camouflage Subdivision [pt.071-16]

-mostly for air protection, a rural subdivision camouflage was synthesized by the Army Corps of Engineers during the WWII for hidden airplane production. it was located and known as the Lockheed Burbank Aircraft Plant for obvious(!) protection from enemies.


[tip – zoom in the differences]

and now this is the view as it was before the transformation..

for more information on the story around that -an article from a California lover Dennis Cassey on whats going on with the title

The ”Disguise of California- ( + )


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