Monthly Archives: November 2010

Bath attendant Stella, Lysekil, Sweden Image by Swedish National Heritage Board Portrait of Stella, a bath attendant in Lysekil. Stella, baderska i Lysekil. Parish (socken): Lysekil Province (landskap): Bohuslän Municipality (kommun): Lysekil County (län): Västra Götaland Photograph by: Carl Curman Date: 1880s Format: Albumen print

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British soldier building sandcastles with a little boy, in France, during World War I. This shows a ‘Tommy’ playing at building sandcastles with a little boy on a beach in northern France. The boy is dressed in the traditional sailors garb that appears so often in photographs of children from this era. In the middle ground, two French women and a group of British soldiers look on approvingly.

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This is a modern world, and we are modern…families! No matter who the members of your family are, chances are you love capturing their smiles, laughs and happy times with our age’s newest and latest technology. Cameras and photography have come a long way since they were first invented, so don’t feel bad if you’re not quite caught up with all the techniques out there. While the “traditional” family portrait may cut it sometimes, we think your gorgeous family needs some modern shots to preserve precious moments. If you’ve been looking for fast, easy and fun techniques to help you catch all of your modern family’s great memories, we’ve got a treat for you today!

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