Here Are Some Old Photos You Never Thought You’d See
Old photos are, without a shadow of a doubt, rarer than they are today. In fact, you can be sure that nobody back in the day was photographing themselves in the bathroom mirror every time they were in there. Not because they didn’t want to, per se, but because the technology simply wasn’t there. With this in mind, it is quite fun and amusing when some old photos like these one pop up.
Now here’s the first in this series of old photos. Here we have Arnold Schwarzenegger in Munich, walking around almost naked in order to promote health and exercise!
Dolph Lundgren and Grace Jones in the 80s.
This is how Florida looked like during Halloween in the 1950’s.
Here’s another of the old photos you never thought you’d see. Albert Einstein and his wife Elsa with the Hopi tribe, Grand Canyon, USA, 1931.
Fyodor Makhnov was the tallest man of his time in the early 1900s. He was 2.85 m (9.25 ft) tall and weighed about 182 kg (401.24 lb).
A muffin delivery man in 1910.
People were talking on their phones in the car as way back as 1924.
Proper LADA advertising in New York in 1973
1924 Cambridge swagger in action.
Whacking the weasel in South Africa. No, not really, but the photo is from South Africa.
Admit it, you never thought of seeing John Travolta and Princess Diana dancing together at a White House reception in 1985.
What? Did you somehow think that people weren’t tattooing themselves back in the day? Well, they were; big time.
There was once a better way at changing at the beach. Those days are long gone now.
There is a reason for why Mata Hari was considered a great spy. And now, you can also see why, in colour.
This might seem like a black & white stock photo, but it isn’t. You will never guess who’s in it. Go on; guess! That’s right; it’s Charlie Chaplin.
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