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    Peeking into the past

    Life, Plalai Faifa, Published on 03/02/2012

    ยป In her book, On Photography, Susan Sontag pointed out that the passage of time often readjusts the aspects of a photograph that we find interesting. When looking at an old photo of someone's remote relative, taken in the 1880s or 1890s, the face of the person represented may be the first thing we look at, but often the clothing is what really draws the attention, or the furniture, knick-knacks sitting on shelves or tabletops, books on shelves, lamps or wallpaper, things that would have been taken for granted by the person who took the photo.

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