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SANNA DULLAWAY: Coloring a Black & White History

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When our kids were very young, we saw an old, very retro black & white TV in a junk shop. The shop owner had it switched on and it was showing Sesame Street. My son thought the TV was broken because it was all black & white – and he was so used to seeing […]

Yousof KARSH of Ottawa
– Doyen of Portrait Photographers

Winston Churchill - the iconic portrait by KARSH
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When I was a teenager, one of my heroes was Yousof  “Karsh of Ottawa”. I followed him, collected cuttings of his photographs from magazines – primarily Life & Look, I think…although his images also regularly appeared on the front pages of most newspapers worldwide.  There was a time I actually wanted to be him and adopted his […]

ARTHUR SASSE :
– Albert Einstein Tongue Out
– photo of the day

IQ-movie
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Arthur Sasse, March 14, 1951 (AFP getty images)  Albert Einstein with his Tongue Out Professor Albert Einstein is remembered for his brilliance, having changed history with his contribution to nuclear physics, and helping to lay the foundations for today’s theories of quantum mechanics. Often, he is portrayed in modern popular culture as somewhat of a whacky sort of genius, […]