A picture might be worth a thousand words but National Geographic photos leave us speechless. Known for their captivating daily pictures, they also offer an opportunity to dive into the photo archives of previously unpublished or forgotten works.

The project called Found was established in 2013 to honor NatGeo's 125th anniversary. The project's team says that their mission is to bring the stunning pictures back to life by sharing them with new audiences. And even some of the dates or locations are missing, the interesting photos capture perfect moments making them timeless.

These amazing photos are dug up by Guardian of the Collection William Bonner, who still finds them highly inspiring even after years spent in the archives. Together with editor Janna Dotschkal's love for aesthetics, they make the vintage material shine as new.

More info: NatGeo Found (h/t: DeMilked)

#1

A Kitten Aboard A Floating Victoria Water Lily Pad In The Philippines, 1935

A Kitten Aboard A Floating Victoria Water Lily Pad In The Philippines, 1935

ALFRED T. PALMER Report

DaisyBrisco
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6 years ago

D'aaawwww is all I can say :)

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#2

A White Fallow Stag Stands In A Forest In Switzerland, 1973

A White Fallow Stag Stands In A Forest In Switzerland, 1973

JAMES P. BLAIR Report

SaraShrader
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6 years ago

It's a patronis!

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Irish Guards Remain At Attention After One Guardsman Faints In London, England, June 1966

Irish Guards Remain At Attention After One Guardsman Faints In London, England, June 1966

JAMES P. BLAIR Report

SharonLarrissey-Hemens
Community Member
6 years ago

My husband was a Grenadier Guard in Ottawa, Canada and remained still for twenty minutes after being accidentally stabbed in the leg by the soldier next to him. Apparently, there are strict protocols about what they are allowed to do while in line.

SoaresRebeka
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6 years ago

I think this is inhumane! To hell with protocols!

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HugoRaible
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6 years ago

And that, Ladys and Gentlemen, is why I would never serve in such a bullshit place where stupid protocols are valued over the well-being of people.

TamaraHeikalo
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6 years ago

Totally with you on that! They do this in some privater schools, too, with kids! Forcing them to stand at attention for long periods of time, even in hot sun.

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JosieDiamond
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6 years ago

What if the guardsman had an acute disease and needed treatment in time? Their standing still may cause lost of life....

TamaraHeikalo
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6 years ago

Exactly.

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KátiaGratão
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6 years ago

OMG, couldn't anyone help this poor man? What about if he were having a stroke or a heart attack? I don't like this at all!

KTTrondsen
Community Member
6 years ago

How absolutely inhumane and rediculous! What if he'd had heart failure? Would they just leave him to die? Some bloody queen they serve!

JonathanMedwin
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6 years ago

This photo is well published - it has stuck in my mind since seeing it 40 years ago.

RogerHawcroft
Community Member
6 years ago

This "protocol" is typical of the lunacy endemic in the British forces well into the 60's. Perhaps it continues today. I don t know for I was discharged in 1969. On active service in the Middle East in 1968 I was a Police Dog Handler guarding airfields, aircraft and munitions depots during the night. If I was approached or disturbed an intruder, I had to shout, "Halt, who goes there?" Wait for response. "Halt who goes there?" Wait for response. "Halt or I'll release my dog." Wait for response. On the lack of a third response I was allowed to release my dog. - At that time I could also take out my S&W 6 round revolver - take out the wooden block containing 6 bullets from my pouch - crack the plastic screwed onto the block over the bullets - load my revolver - and then shout "Halt who goes there?" Wait... - well you know what comes next...

KarinMorris
Community Member
6 years ago

You guys he probably just locked his knees, it's a common issue in the military also. My husband ( a former Marine) said it happens all the time, while standing at attention if you lock your knees you are guaranteed to pass out

SamanthaRees
Community Member
6 years ago

Irish Guards?! They are Welsh Guards and this is quite a famous photograph considering the false claim in the title of the photos being unpublished.

VaesDothrak
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6 years ago

Shocking!..against the protocol!!!

BillScheitzachJr.
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6 years ago

Actually, this is intentional.  One man is selected to drop out of rank to represent fallen comrades, and the rest of the regiment remains at attention to show honor.

CristinaBP
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6 years ago

This is just messed up...

TraceyO'Flynn
Community Member
6 years ago

It's not especially uncommon, and is usually simply that some people are more sensitive to the effects of standing entirely still for long periods: which is that blood moves from the head because the calf muscle pump that normally keeps it flowing back sufficiently isn't working -and the body's response is to faint. Experienced soldiers on parade know to keep wiggling their toes; invisible movements that keep the muscle pump - and therefore the blood - moving normally.

AnjaTschenisch
Community Member
6 years ago

Aahh, for this snap shot it's really funny! Come on...

RobinZiebert
Community Member
6 years ago

I saw this happen in Ottawa. Scorching hot day and those horribly hot uniforms and hats. Poor guy.

CharlotteMurphy
Community Member
6 years ago

You can tell the difference by the colours of their plume which would be St Patricks blue, their sequence of buttons on their tunic which would be in fours for the Irish Guards and also there is a shamrock on their collar.

SusannaVesna
Community Member
6 years ago

Don't give me shit about "protocol and soldier"!! You men are the reason wars have been happening since the beginning of time while women and children would and continue to get massacred and raped , all cause you fucking testosterone can't sit in one place! Fuck your duty! Didn't do any good to any one on this planet!

BillScheitzachJr.
Community Member
6 years ago

Didn't do any good to anyone on this planet? But you've got the freedom to sit at your keyboard and kvetch about it though, don't you?

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SubhashJuneja
Community Member
6 years ago

They need to change protocol- Human life must be top priority- Others are secondary- This is the reason- they are going backboard because of these 500 year old traditions- They tell Burka is not appropriate- wearing this crap and not saving life o a human being is good- wow

TamaraHeikalo
Community Member
6 years ago

Shouldn't they have at least made sure he can breathe?!

RawanLaz
Community Member
6 years ago

I hate this photo so much!!!! I can't imagine this inhumanity!!!!!!!!!!!

РаксТэдди
Community Member
6 years ago

poor fellow simply ran out Guinness

Bluby Fisher
Community Member
6 years ago

that was the bayonet...

Teresa Stockroske
Community Member
6 years ago

Looks like someone locked their knees.

AnimalLover1117
Community Member
6 years ago

LOL

JorgeCostanza
Community Member
6 years ago

he was planking, got fired after pulling that stunt

EmmaWilson
Community Member
6 years ago

Is it bad that I giggled before I read that he fainted...

MikiNyckel
Community Member
6 years ago

These guys go through incredibly intense training. No one forces them to do this, this is a path they choose and they do it with honor. Instead of jumping on the 'system', have some respect for what these guys do, and how hard they work. Don't be so ignorant.

IvanVojnic
Community Member
6 years ago

Well, this picture clearly show the level of "civilisation" and advancement of the human beings in the UK. But surely UK is always first to teach other countries about treating people well. What a bunch of hypocrits.

deborahdarsie
Community Member
6 years ago

Ooopsy, he locked his knees! That interferes with the blood circulation and will cause a blackout

lldickson@mac.com
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6 years ago

I bet that guy has never lived that down!

CherylGross
Community Member
6 years ago

Good one

MarianSimionica
Community Member
6 years ago

This is about,what stupid is people.He could die in vain !

LindaKerridge
Community Member
6 years ago

Not a good place to be if you have a heart attack.

karenza
Community Member
6 years ago

i guess they are not allowed to die while in line.

AnnaBrandigi
Community Member
6 years ago

omg

FionnualaMcKiernan
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6 years ago

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Irish guards?? Don't you mean English!

FionnualaMcKiernan
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6 years ago

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Irish guards?? Don't you mean English!

SallyBarry
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6 years ago

They are English but the regiment is the Irish Guards (have also Welsh guards,Scots guards, coldstream guards, grenadier guards)

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HoomanBagheri
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6 years ago

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foolish new era

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#4

American Bison Charge Through Heavy Snow In Yellowstone National Park, November 1967

American Bison Charge Through Heavy Snow In Yellowstone National Park, November 1967

WILLIAM ALBERT ALLARD Report

DilekMecitoğlu
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6 years ago

It doesnt even look like a photo, its so mystical that looks like a postcard or a piece of art

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#5

Hikers Stand Near The Top Of A Natural Rock Bridge On Mt. Rainier, Washington, May 1963

Hikers Stand Near The Top Of A Natural Rock Bridge On Mt. Rainier, Washington, May 1963

BARRY BISHOP Report

MónicaElisabethSacco
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6 years ago

Very Tolkien landscape!

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#6

With Claws Bared, A Kitten Attacks Its Own Mirrored Reflection, 1964

With Claws Bared, A Kitten Attacks Its Own Mirrored Reflection, 1964

WALTER CHANDOHA Report

DaisyBrisco
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6 years ago

Who knew there were LOLcats even then...

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#7

A Wave Of Rock Shaped By Wind And Rain Towers Above A Plain In Western Australia, September 1963

A Wave Of Rock Shaped By Wind And Rain Towers Above A Plain In Western Australia, September 1963

ROBERT B. GOODMAN Report

BoredGiraffe
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6 years ago

it looks so weird when you scroll up and down

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#8

A Regular At Le Louis Ix In Paris, “caramel” Keeps A Client Company, May 1988

A Regular At Le Louis Ix In Paris, “caramel” Keeps A Client Company, May 1988

JAMES L. STANFIELD Report

AnnieMac
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6 years ago

Looks like a lovely multi toed kitty

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#9

A Young Kenyan Woman Holds Her Pet Deer In Mombassa, March 1909

A Young Kenyan Woman Holds Her Pet Deer In Mombassa, March 1909

UNDERWOOD AND UNDERWOOD Report

ExLu
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6 years ago

Haha what a weird way to hold a pet, can't blame her though

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#10

Young Lovers Embrace Beside The Arc De Triomphe In Paris, 1960

Young Lovers Embrace Beside The Arc De Triomphe In Paris, 1960

THOMAS NEBBIA Report

TsvetelinaTeneva
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6 years ago

how Remark(ably)

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#11

Tourists Explore Massive Dead Tree With Tunnel Cut Out For A Road In Sequoia National Forest, May 1951

Tourists Explore Massive Dead Tree With Tunnel Cut Out For A Road In Sequoia National Forest, May 1951

ANDREW H. BROWN Report

Murpy
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6 years ago

I've seen that photo before somewhere...

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#12

A Woman Stands In Front Of Her Flower Stand On The Rambla In Barcelona, Spain, March 1929

A Woman Stands In Front Of Her Flower Stand On The Rambla In Barcelona, Spain, March 1929

JULES GERVAIS COURTELLEMONT Report

KelindaScott
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6 years ago

Wow! Love it!

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#13

A Man Herds Sheep With The Help Of His Collies In Scotland, 1919

A Man Herds Sheep With The Help Of His Collies In Scotland, 1919

WILLIAM REED Report

SimonFalla
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6 years ago

Collies...priceless

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#14

A Flock Of Birds Fly Up From An Enclosed Courtyard In Old Havana, December 1987

A Flock Of Birds Fly Up From An Enclosed Courtyard In Old Havana, December 1987

JAMES L. STANFIELD Report

MaggieGroverBacher
Community Member
6 years ago

this is awesome. this, not the weird airplane that some guy kept photoshopping into spaces. this.

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#15

A Man Stands Dwarfed Under The Ape-ape Leaves Of Puohokamoa Gulch In Maui, Hawaii, 1924

A Man Stands Dwarfed Under The Ape-ape Leaves Of Puohokamoa Gulch In Maui, Hawaii, 1924

GILBERT H. GROSVENOR Report

CharlehCunningham
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6 years ago

He looks like someone minimised him and popped him there.

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#16

Loggers And The Giant Mark Twain Redwood Cut Down In California, 1892

Loggers And The Giant Mark Twain Redwood Cut Down In California, 1892

N.E. BECKWITH Report

KathyO'Brien
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6 years ago

Great photo; terrible act.

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#17

Locals Relax By The Tulip Fields Along The Canal In Haarlem, The Netherlands, 1931

Locals Relax By The Tulip Fields Along The Canal In Haarlem, The Netherlands, 1931

WILHELM TOBIEN Report

KristenHdz
Community Member
6 years ago

Wow. 1931 Netherlands. Not one of them suspected the evil that was about to sweep their serene lives off the map...

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#18

A Man Examines The Teeth Of A 10-month-old Alaskan Malamute Puppy Near The South Pole, 1957

A Man Examines The Teeth Of A 10-month-old Alaskan Malamute Puppy Near The South Pole, 1957

DAVID BOYER Report

MaraDendrinos
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6 years ago

This looks like a present day model shoot.

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#19

Boys Dressed Up In School Uniforms Pose With King Penguins At The London Zoo, 1953

Boys Dressed Up In School Uniforms Pose With King Penguins At The London Zoo, 1953

B. ANTHONY STEWART AND DAVID S. BOYER Report

SueWebster
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6 years ago

Wonder where the boys are now.

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#20

Roaring Out Of Auyan-tepui’s Wall, A Waterfall Plummets Over 3,000 Feet In Venezuela, March 1963

Roaring Out Of Auyan-tepui’s Wall, A Waterfall Plummets Over 3,000 Feet In Venezuela, March 1963

THOMAS J. ABERCROMBIE Report

TammyChapman
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6 years ago

Gorgeous.

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#21

John F. Kennedy’s Coffin Lies In State Beneath The Capitol’s Dome, November 1963

John F. Kennedy’s Coffin Lies In State Beneath The Capitol’s Dome, November 1963

GEORGE F. MOBLEY Report

AliceFischer
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6 years ago

A DARK DAY IN AMERICA..... A BLACK DAY IN HISTORY

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#22

Woman Adorned Like A Chinese Goddess Poses In A Garden In California, 1915

Woman Adorned Like A Chinese Goddess Poses In A Garden In California, 1915

FRANKLIN PRICE KNOTT Report

GinaBobb
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6 years ago

Color film...in 1915?

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#23

A Shadow Of A Man Holding A Bicycle Is Cast On A Wall Near The Zambezi River, 1996

A Shadow Of A Man Holding A Bicycle Is Cast On A Wall Near The Zambezi River, 1996

CHRIS JOHNS Report

deborahdarsie
Community Member
6 years ago

Classic

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#24

A Child Sitting On A Hereford Bull Near Pleasanton, California, 1926

A Child Sitting On A Hereford Bull Near Pleasanton, California, 1926

CHARLES MARTIN Report

NeeneeMai
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6 years ago

such a brave kid

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#25

Welts, Scars Of Beauty, Pattern The Entire Back Of A Nuba Woman In Sudan, 1966

Welts, Scars Of Beauty, Pattern The Entire Back Of A Nuba Woman In Sudan, 1966

HORST LUZ Report

KristenHdz
Community Member
6 years ago

Wow. Brings to mind the body modifications of our modern American kids. The "welts" look somewhat like cowry shells - is it the same technique, I wonder, of inserting something under the skin to create the "welt", that we use today, or is it another method? Sure would like to know the back story on this one. Fascinating.

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#26

Cat And White Rat Abide In Peace. When Different Species Grow Up Together, They Often Lose Their Enmity, April 1964

Cat And White Rat Abide In Peace. When Different Species Grow Up Together, They Often Lose Their Enmity, April 1964

WALTER CHANDOHA Report

WilliWaldmaus
Community Member
6 years ago

Don't try this at home. If instinct takes over for one second - no more rat. And we don't even know how many rats they needed to get this shot.

#27

A Sled Dog, Tied To A Whale Rib, Howls Under The Midnight Sun In Alaska, 1969

A Sled Dog, Tied To A Whale Rib, Howls Under The Midnight Sun In Alaska, 1969

THOMAS J. ABERCROMBIE Report

TammyChapman
Community Member
6 years ago

Sled dogs are some of the most well cared for dogs in the world. The climate up there is cold AF, and you have to take excellent care of them, if you want them to care of you and drag your sled and your ass around.

#28

Girls Standing In Water Holding Bunches Of American Lotus, Amana, Iowa, November 1938

Girls Standing In Water Holding Bunches Of American Lotus, Amana, Iowa, November 1938

J. BAYLOR ROBERTS Report

JayneBentonPepper
Community Member
6 years ago

I have been there about 5 years ago. The lake was covered with lily pads, but no girls.

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#29

A Boy Sells Lemonade From His Front Yard Stand On Main Street In Aspen, Colorado, 1973

A Boy Sells Lemonade From His Front Yard Stand On Main Street In Aspen, Colorado, 1973

DICK DURRANCE II Report

JennyJones
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6 years ago

The good old days. ..

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#30

Victoria Falls In Zambia

Victoria Falls In Zambia

WALTER MEAYERS EDWARDS Report

FlipDynko
Community Member
6 years ago

This is Awesome! But WHEN was this picture taken?

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#31

A Well-worn Stairway Leads To A House On Oahu’s North Shore, November 1979

A Well-worn Stairway Leads To A House On Oahu’s North Shore, November 1979

ROBERT MADDEN Report

LRath
Community Member
6 years ago

I am overwhelmed by this photo. One of the most beautiful I have seen It strike a profound chord within.

#32

Two Dancers In Costume Stand Between The Columns Of Poseidon’s Temple, Greece, 1930

Two Dancers In Costume Stand Between The Columns Of Poseidon’s Temple, Greece, 1930

MAYNARD OWEN WILLIAMS Report

TammyChapman
Community Member
6 years ago

Is this really Poseidon's temple?

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#33

Astronaut Neil Armstrong Floats In His Space Suit In A Pool Of Water In 1967

Astronaut Neil Armstrong Floats In His Space Suit In A Pool Of Water In 1967

NASA Report

#34

A Rainbow Arches Over Victoria Falls In Zimbabwe

A Rainbow Arches Over Victoria Falls In Zimbabwe

VOLKMAR WENTZEL Report

TammyChapman
Community Member
6 years ago

Gorgeous.

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#35

The Statue Of Liberty Hails Dawn Over New York Harbor In 1978

The Statue Of Liberty Hails Dawn Over New York Harbor In 1978

DAVID ALAN HARVEY Report

MaryBakerHeaton
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6 years ago

damn the twin towers...........

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#36

Traffic Lights Are Made In Shreveport, Louisiana, And Sent Around The U.s. And Abroad, December 1947

Traffic Lights Are Made In Shreveport, Louisiana, And Sent Around The U.s. And Abroad, December 1947

J. BAYLOR ROBERTS Report

Emily Jelassi
Community Member
5 years ago

are they still made in Shreveport?

#37

Men Observe The Giant Statues Of Easter Island In Polynesia, December 1922

Men Observe The Giant Statues Of Easter Island In Polynesia, December 1922

J. P. AULT Report

RoswaldWalton
Community Member
6 years ago

There's a lot now known about the people who made them and why they basically killed themselves.

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#38

The Wind Sculpts The Dunes Of The Sahara Desert In The Erg Bourarhet, Algeria, 1973

The Wind Sculpts The Dunes Of The Sahara Desert In The Erg Bourarhet, Algeria, 1973

THOMAS J. ABERCROMBIE Report

Marco-AntónioSquires-ReiseMoura
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6 years ago

The desert is so beautiful, but deadly!

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#39

A Woman Working On A Mosaic Of Mary And Baby Jesus In Vatican City

A Woman Working On A Mosaic Of Mary And Baby Jesus In Vatican City

JAMES L. STANFIELD Report

#40

Astronaut Bruce Mccandless Ii Floats A Few Meters Away From Space Shuttle Challenger During The Historic First Use Of A Nitrogen-propelled Manned Maneuvering Unit In 1984

Astronaut Bruce Mccandless Ii Floats A Few Meters Away From Space Shuttle Challenger During The Historic First Use Of A Nitrogen-propelled Manned Maneuvering Unit In 1984

NASA Report

MaggieGroverBacher
Community Member
6 years ago

how is this unpublished? one of the most iconic pics there is

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#41

A Sailor Gets A Tattoo On His Arm In Virginia

A Sailor Gets A Tattoo On His Arm In Virginia

PAUL L. PRYOR Report

FlipDynko
Community Member
6 years ago

Again, when? Perhaps the photo should speak for itself and the year it was taken is not that important but I'd still like to know.

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#42

Princess Grace Kelly In Monaco, 1962

Princess Grace Kelly In Monaco, 1962

GILBERT M. GROSVENOR Report

TammyChapman
Community Member
6 years ago

A very beautiful woman.

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#43

A Little Boy Is Dwarfed By A Supersized Cabbage In Matanuska Valley, Alaska, July 1959

A Little Boy Is Dwarfed By A Supersized Cabbage In Matanuska Valley, Alaska, July 1959

THOMAS J. ABERCROMBIE Report

Kristinabaškytė
Community Member
6 years ago

That actually confirms the fact that kids (and in various ages) can be found in cabbage patch :D

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#44

A Solitary Fisherman’s Home Keeps Watch On Quiet Placentia Bay In Newfoundland, Canada, 1974

A Solitary Fisherman’s Home Keeps Watch On Quiet Placentia Bay In Newfoundland, Canada, 1974

SAM ABELL Report

Talise Snyder
Community Member
5 years ago

i first read it as PLACENTA bay lol

#45

A Woodman Notches A Felled Tree’s Trunk For Sectioning In Western Australia, 1962

A Woodman Notches A Felled Tree’s Trunk For Sectioning In Western Australia, 1962

ROBERT B. GOODMAN Report

AnaKnežević
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6 years ago

Look what we done to the forests :(

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#46

Motorists Pass People On A Scenic Road Atop A Cliff Overlooking A Bay Near Trieste, Italy, 1956

Motorists Pass People On A Scenic Road Atop A Cliff Overlooking A Bay Near Trieste, Italy, 1956

B. ANTHONY STEWART Report

#47

Four Boys Bob For Apples In Martinsburg, West Virginia, 1939

Four Boys Bob For Apples In Martinsburg, West Virginia, 1939

B. ANTHONY STEWART Report

James A. Smith Jr.
Community Member
4 years ago

I remember doing this in cub scouts and boy scouts. Went away because people decided it was unsanitary:(

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#48

Women Enjoy The Benefits Of A Heated Whirlpool In Saint Petersburg, Florida, 1973

Women Enjoy The Benefits Of A Heated Whirlpool In Saint Petersburg, Florida, 1973

JONATHAN BLAIR Report

KristenHdz
Community Member
6 years ago

OMG the goggles! haha

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#49

Women Carry Baskets On Their Heads While Children Play In Kotaka, Mali, 1991

Women Carry Baskets On Their Heads While Children Play In Kotaka, Mali, 1991

JAMES L. STANFIELD Report

AmaranthimTalon
Community Member
6 years ago

I love this picture! The colors are so perfect. The stark cream of the walls and ground and the vibrant hues of the womens'' dresses. I would love to see this in person.

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#50

Arizona Cowboys Play Sports To Pass The Time In Phoenix, 1955

Arizona Cowboys Play Sports To Pass The Time In Phoenix, 1955

COURTESY BLACK STAR Report

James A. Smith Jr.
Community Member
4 years ago

I love horse cageball. We actually still play it up here in Maine on certain occassions

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#51

The First Explorers To Descend To The Deepest Part Of The Ocean Were Don Walsh And Jacques Piccard In The Bathyscaphe Trieste, January 23, 1960. 52 Years Later, James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenger Journeyed To The Bottom Of The Mariana Trench, Nearly 7 Miles Below Sea Level

The First Explorers To Descend To The Deepest Part Of The Ocean Were Don Walsh And Jacques Piccard In The Bathyscaphe Trieste, January 23, 1960. 52 Years Later, James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenger Journeyed To The Bottom Of The Mariana Trench, Nearly 7 Miles Below Sea Level

U.S NAVY Report

Matthew Pasteris
Community Member
2 years ago

Okay now, Don...don't fart.

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#52

Women Sit In A Modern Chic Boutique In Casablanca, 1971

Women Sit In A Modern Chic Boutique In Casablanca, 1971

THOMAS J. ABERCROMBIE Report

SueWerner
Community Member
6 years ago

Those lights are awesome!

#53

Men Blast Granite To Build Tunnels For A Hydroelectric Project In Australia, 1963

Men Blast Granite To Build Tunnels For A Hydroelectric Project In Australia, 1963

ROBERT B. GOODMAN Report

#54

A Girl Sits By A Lake With Snow-capped Mountains In The Background, California, 1929

A Girl Sits By A Lake With Snow-capped Mountains In The Background, California, 1929

CHARLES MARTIN Report

James A. Smith Jr.
Community Member
4 years ago

Gorgeous. Probably all developed by now. Shameful

#55

Pedestrians Walk On Bustling Dotombori Street In Osaka, Japan, March 1970

Pedestrians Walk On Bustling Dotombori Street In Osaka, Japan, March 1970

THOMAS J. ABERCROMBIE Report

#56

Flamingos Standing And Feeding In A Pool Near Salt Beds

Flamingos Standing And Feeding In A Pool Near Salt Beds

VOLKMAR K. WENTZEL Report

AhmedGalal
Community Member
6 years ago

When ?

#57

A Passageway In Algeria

A Passageway In Algeria