Greetings noble friends!
I’ve got inspired to show you more old photographs, since I found that you liked the previous post on the subject. So, with no further a due…
The picture from above is very tiny, about 3,2×2,3 inches (8×6 centimeters). I don’t know who made it, but it was probably around the 70′s.
This one is the same size, but much much older. This picture was taken on the first of May 1948. It’s a manifestation in Bulgaria for the annual holiday – Labor Day and International Workers’ Solidarity Day. You can read more about this here.
This one is one of my favorites. I wanted to share this, because I’ve seen so many pictures like this one for advertisement, on post cards and etc, but this one is again from the family archive. It’s so unconstrained, spontaneous and sweet. It’s made 1967 and I’ll save it for as long as I can.
This one is very valuable. As you can see this is the Arch of Triumph in Paris. the picture is taken in 1967 from my grandfather probably. I like this picture a lot, because it shows the city, the people, the fashion and the old monument. It just combines a lot, making me feeling like I’m there at the time.
This one, I’m not sure you’ll like, but I find somehow special. It’s a picture of a mountain as you can see and the bad thing is that I don’t know which mountain it is, I only know that it’s in Bulgaria and is taken about 4-5 decades ago. I like it very much, because it looks so pure and magnificent.
So, if you’ve enjoyed and liked this series of old photographs, I’ll gladly share with you more!
Have a great time!