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Photography03.04.2015

20 incredible color photos of 1928 England

20 incredible color photos of 1928 England

Today we go back in time, more precisely 87 years ago, all the way to 1928. Back then, the photographer Clifton R. Adams worked for National Geographic and caught the life in England on films. His photographs have a particularity: they are ones of the first we have in colors. The artist used an old but at this time revolutionary technique called autochrome. A great way to rediscover the rural England from this period.

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