Iconic photos that captured significant moments from the past

1. World’s First Photograph; 1826

World’s First Photograph
World’s First Photograph

2. The World’s First War Photograph; 1855


Advertisements from an era that sold disgrace

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Deceits by the rich to get richer

A semi- nude lady sitting on the banks of a river
A semi- nude lady sitting on the banks of a river
Image Credits: Mulakaram Film


Of all human expressions, smiling is one of the most “beautiful”

An undated photograph of a family belonging to the victorian era
An undated photograph of a family belonging to the victorian era
An undated photograph of a family belonging to the victorian era; Source: Pic


A story that has silently reshaped the lives of humans all across the planet

A futuristic toilet in the woods designed by Invisible Studio; Source: Pic
A futuristic toilet in the woods designed by Invisible Studio; Source: Pic
A futuristic toilet in the woods built by Invisible Studios from materials scavenged from the surrounding woodland; Source: Pic


Yes, there was a period when “elitist nations” confined “uncivilized humans” in cages alongside animals

The Obnoxious History Of “Human Zoos” In — 13 Never Before Seen Pictures
The Obnoxious History Of “Human Zoos” In — 13 Never Before Seen Pictures
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#13: A typical Apartheid-era sign in Johannesburg, South Africa

“Until the lions have their historians, tales of the hunt shall always glorify the hunter.”
“Until the lions have their historians, tales of the hunt shall always glorify the hunter.”
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1) An Indian woman carries a healthy British official up a mountain; 1903


Life becomes a lot more fascinating as you witness the splendour of wildlife

1) “The First Catch” by Shivang Mehta

1) “The First Catch” by Shivang Mehta
1) “The First Catch” by Shivang Mehta
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2) “A Heartful Laugh” by Julie Hunt


The “Fallen Astronaut” was left behind by the crew onboard the Apollo-15 Mission.

“Fallen Astronaut” by Paul Van Hoeydonck and a tablet commemorating 14 fearless explorers who lost their lives in the quest for space exploration; Source: Pic
“Fallen Astronaut” by Paul Van Hoeydonck and a tablet commemorating 14 fearless explorers who lost their lives in the quest for space exploration; Source: Pic
Fallen Astronaut” by Paul Van Hoeydonck and a tablet commemorating 14 fearless explorers who lost their lives in the quest for space exploration; Source: Pic


Nostalgic photographs that will transport you back in time

1. Fourteen months old Prince Philip photographed in Corfu, 1922

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