My 2 Cents: This is for a ya budding photographers out there. It is truly amazing how a picture is able to take you back in time and I really had no idea that LIFE Magazine has been publishing for such a long time..
These pictures are amazing…:O) ENJOY
Google Inc. has opened an online photo gallery that will feature millions of images from Life magazineâ€™s archives that have never been seen by the public before. The new service, available at images.google.com/hosted/life, debuted Tuesday with about 2 million photos. Eventually, Google plans to scan all 10 million photos from Lifeâ€™s library so they can be viewed on any computer with an Internet connection. About 97 percent of Lifeâ€™s archives have not been publicly seen, according to Life.
The photos can be printed out for free as long as they arenâ€™t being used as part of an attempt to make money. Time Warner Inc., Lifeâ€™s parent company, hopes to make money by selling high-resolution, framed prints. The orders will be processed through Qoop.com. Lifeâ€™s archives include photos from the Civil War as well as some of the most memorable moments from the 20th century, including the Zapruder film capturing John F. Kennedyâ€™s assassination. Go check it.