Thursday, September 18, 2008

Istanbul, Karakoy; 100 Years Ago

Digital photography has killed many things, one being your imagination. Color photography killed the secrecy. What else left? Black and white photos always had a secret, a secret only for your eyes; a secret that would trigger your imagination and take you somewhere else, a personal destination of your own, that only you were invited.

Take a look at this bromide picture by Breger Freres, Paris, and let your imagination carry you away after it discloses your personal secret.

Estimated value: $ 100

1 comment:

  1. Beautiful photo. In my home town we have several restaurants that still display it in black and white pictures. It's amazing to look at all those old photos and see the history of my town.