History is not all ‘black-and-white’

For most people, ‘yesterdays’ are not believable because the photos are black-and-white. This leads people to believe ‘then’ is different from ‘now.’ But with colorization, the past becomes alive. This is a beach scene of Atlantic City, 1922, the kind of a photo that would never be in a coffee table book. There is nothing ‘editorially’ significant. But it is what I call “the gift of the split second.’  It is one split second of the past, women and women in bathing suits that are laughable today. As you are chuckling in your morning coffee, REMEMBER, these were your grandparents. If you get a chance, take a look at one of my short stories at https://retreatsfromoblivion.com/2018/08/29/the-matter-of-the-smallgarian-wall-and-the-portuguese-undertaker-by-steve-levi/ [See my books at https://authormasterminds.com/master-of-the-impossible-crime. See my webinar at http://bit.ly/2zjyiYG.]

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