“Searching for the Seventies” takes a new look at the 1970s using remarkable color photographs taken for a Federal photography project called Project DOCUMERICA (1971-1977). Created by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), DOCUMERICA was born out of the decade’s environmental awakening, producing striking photographs of many of that era’s environmental problems and achievements. Drawing its inspiration from the depression era Farm Security Administration photography project, project photographers created a portrait of America in the early-and-mid-1970s. They documented small Midwestern towns, barrios in the Southwest, and coal mining communities in Appalachia. Their assignments were as varied as African American life in Chicago, urban renewal in Kansas City, commuters in Washington, DC, and migrant farm workers in Colorado. The exhibit, featuring 90 images from the project opens March 8, 2013 at the National Archives in Washington D.C. It runs through September 8, 2013. What follows is a small sampling of the collection digitized by the National Archives. – Paula Nelson (NOTE: Captions were provided.)( 30 photos total)
도큐메리카??라는 이상한 이름의 프로젝트,
더 많은 사진은 링크따라가면 볼 수 있습니다.
그나저나 지금봐도 멋진 저 패션은 왜 흑형들 아니면 소화하기 힘들까요?
“I let her go.” – Beast
“But why?” – Cogsworth
다들 제티 사진찍고 있는데 날이 너무 더워서.. 난 패스~
사이트 찾아가면 저것보다 더 잘찍기 힘들겠다는 생각이 들 정도로 예쁜 사진있음.
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