Dear Photograph…

This is an incredibly simple but powerful concept. Taking a shot of an old photo in the original location creates a new image, which appears as an echo of the past in the present.


Started by Taylor Jones this has become something of a phenomenon and interestingly sparked a recent debate when Chevrolet produced an advertising campaign that was incredibly similar.

You can see more of the photographs at, or follow them on Twitter here.

David Mellor Cutlery Design


David Mellor CBE, Royal Designer for Industry, is the best known cutlery designer in Britain. Born in Sheffield, historic centre of cutlery making, he trained originally as a silversmith. He also is responsible for the design of the National Traffic Light system which is still in use throughout the UK.

Based outside Hathersage, a village near Chatsworth in Derbyshire, you will find the David Mellor Cutlery Factory, the new Design Museum, the Country Shop and Café. We can recommend that you pay them a visit if you are roaming the Peak District.

Stunning Google Streetview Photography




Aaron Hobson has assembled some great photography as part of his Cinemascapes series, the difference is he has not taken the shots, he has found some of the most remote and beautuful locations he could find on Google Streetview and collected them together.

Great concept and the shots he has chosen do not look like they have simply been captured by the automated eye of a street view camera car.

You can see them all here.


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