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    Quote Originally Posted by Zacha341 View Post
    Where'd they all go?
    Apparently .... Vegas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Meddle View Post
    Apparently .... Vegas.
    Well played.

    Nice pause to add some tension then...zing.

    Tension and release is critical to comedy and music.

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    Ray keep on posting the Shorpy pics. They never fail to spark conversation and garner insights into our collective past.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gnome View Post


    Ray keep on posting the Shorpy pics. They never fail to spark conversation and garner insights into our collective past.
    Oh, I shall, just to irritate the naysayers, if nothing else.

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    Yes, keep 'em coming Ray!

    I enjoy these too, and don't know where to see the originals in their full detail. (Shorpy doesn't say.)

    BTW, it used to be constructive criticism was welcomed as a learning opportunity. Kids sure are sensitive these days.
    Last edited by bust; July-31-19 at 10:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bust View Post
    Yes, keep 'em coming Ray!

    I enjoy these too, and don't know where to see the originals in their full detail. (Shorpy doesn't say.)

    BTW, it used to be constructive criticism was welcomed as a learning opportunity. Kids sure are sensitive these days.
    Certainly is far too old to be a kid that was complaining....

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    Quote Originally Posted by bust View Post
    Here is a great photo forensics tool you can use to inspect what digital retouching manipulations have been done:

    https://29a.ch/photo-forensics/
    I can see spending hours and hours on that tool!

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    i luv shorpy, view it everyday on a email alert, glad to see it referred on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bust View Post
    I enjoy these too, and don't know where to see the originals in their full detail.
    https://www.loc.gov/pictures/collection/det/

    There are lots of photos of other cities on the site, also.

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    Looks like it was a beautiful wide street. I love seeing pics of how the city looked in the past, how folks dressed, forms of transportation at the time, the designs of buildings, etc.

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