Farming 1935-1942  

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Farming 1935-1942
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The Library of Congress Farming land 1935-1942 I claim no rights other than colorizing this image if you wish to use let me know and always give due credit to The Library of Congress I have no commercial gain in publishing this image. Title [Untitled] Created / Published [between 1935 and 1942] Subject Headings United States Headings Safety film negative Rights Advisory No known restrictions.


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06/13/20 3:52 AM GMT
Again, your coloring brings out so much in these scenes. It must be a wonderful feeling bringing out the originality and unique sense of that period during that time the photo was taken. A bonus for us, these are so impressive. Excellent work.
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06/13/20 8:33 AM GMT
Rob, to me it's very clear that your colorization isn't only intended to embellish an original old black & white photograph, but it's also intended to make the often raw reality of this time even more realistic than it already was depicted.
You understand this art like no other. For me you are the master of this branch of art, my friend!
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06/13/20 4:47 PM GMT
I love the Keds Tennis shoes Robs. (Keds was founded in 1916 and was later acquired by Stride Rite Corporation. Because the shoes had a soft rubber sole, they became known as sneakers as the rubber soles allowed "sneaking around silently".--Wikipedia)

That looks like a big field to work. I hope she has some help. SEA said it better then I ever could. Nice to see your work again.

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People are like cameras--sometimes they lose focus.
06/14/20 11:31 AM GMT
So well done, I just can't imagine how hard it was for them back in those days. tigs=^..^=
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06/23/20 12:10 AM GMT
Excellent work again, she sure looks deep in thought
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