Photo: Library of Congress
We occasionally like to raid the Library of Congress’ vast photo archive to showcase incredible images owned by U.S. taxpayers.Today, we journey to turn-of-the-(20th)-century Venice, from the legendary archive of the Detroit Publishing Company.
The images are created by exposing negatives to enhanced amounts of light, then hand-touching them with added colour.
The results are spectacular.
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