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This collection of old family photos juxtaposed with incorporated into new photos of the same spot provides some fun, sad, sweet, touching etc glimpses into folk s lives and the passage of time I found myself alternately smiling and on the verge of tears, and I don t think it s just because I m pregnant A cool concept and nice collection to flip through Makes you think about doing your own. (((FREE DOWNLOAD))) ☝ Dear Photograph ⇨ Taylor Jones has found a new way to tell our stories Dear Photograph is digital nostalgia of the highest order it will make you smile, maybe cry, and go find your old family photos Frank Warren, founder of PostSecret Dear Photograph is a nostalgia bomb bursting, brain cell twisting, heartstring pulling roller coaster ride into the emotional unknown Taylor Jones taps into our secret fears, quiet dreams, and loving pasts Neil Pasricha, author of The Book of AwesomeBased on the hugely popular website DearPhotograph the internet phenomenon that was named one of theBest Websites ofby Time and selected as theWebsite ofon CBS TV s The Early Show Dear Photograph by Taylor Jones is a charming, heartwarming celebration of the memories we all cherish Including than % of new, never before published photos, Dear Photograph is a gift of love and remembering Take an old favourite photograph Go back to the same spot from which it was taken, and take another while holding the old photograph within the frame Add a dedication to the resulting picture What you get is a small wormhole that brings the past into the present, and a book full of such photos from submissions to the website DearPhotograph.com, taken all over the world by people willing to share their memories Some photos seem sweet, some are nostalgic, some are full of regret, and some of t Take an old favourite photograph Go back to the same spot from which it was taken, and take another while holding the old photograph within the frame Add a dedication to the resulting picture What you get is a small wormhole that brings the past into the present, and a book full of such photos from submissions to the website DearPhotograph.com, taken all over the world by people willing to share their memories Some photos seem sweet, some are nostalgic, some are full of regret, and some of the photos are giddy with the foolishness of youth Some of the captions are straightforward Dear Photograph, Can you tell him to turn around I wanna see that cute little baby face again Nicole and others are intriguingly enigmatic Dear Photograph, You re the only memory I have left of this Louis and all are fascinating in both their familiarity and mystery One very familiar photograph was taken in a post tornado Goderich town square A picture is worth a thousand words, is what they say The photographs and captions in this collection are worth a thousand questions They have their own histories and tell their own stories but each one is really a secret except to those who recognize them Part confessional, part photograph album, Dear Photograph is an enchanting and captivating peep into the hopes, regrets, dreams and memories of others a thought provoking book that is sure to start discussions, bring back memories and to inspire new ones Find it and other titles reviewed in this column at under the tag shelf life reviewed Robyn Godfrey, Collections Librarian Like many of the other reviewers, I must say that Jones idea was a very interesting one, and for that reason I decided to read the book.How you react to the book is very much how you deal with being steeped in personal nostalgia and sentimentality For me, the pictures and the sentiments attached to the photosoften than not felt like saccharine navel gazing.I m certain others would disagree and find the photos and sentiments heartfelt and meaningful In other words, it s a matter of taste Like many of the other reviewers, I must say that Jones idea was a very interesting one, and for that reason I decided to read the book.How you react to the book is very much how you deal with being steeped in personal nostalgia and sentimentality For me, the pictures and the sentiments attached to the photosoften than not felt like saccharine navel gazing.I m certain others would disagree and find the photos and sentiments heartfelt and meaningful In other words, it s a matter of taste, and this is not mine This book can wreck you Although is it fair to give authorship to Jones when he doesn t take the photos or caption them Shouldn t it beedited by or compiled by Doesn t change the power of some of these shots though. a unique concept.made me reflective about my past wonder what photograph I might choose to use As interesting as many of these photographs are, the real power of the book are the captions by the by the people employing the technique of matching the picture to location where they were taken years ago Many are touching and sad, often recalling a beloved family member who has passed Some of the captions arecryptic Though some scenes are recognizable, most are simply family pictures that almost everyone has been involved in to some degree. Shallow gimmicky photographs that could have been improved with better andcreative captions but the opportunity was completely missed It didn t really click with me There seemed to be something missing. What a beautiful concept Fell in love with it when I came across the facebook page for Dear Photograph And was evenexcited when I found the book Each image brings forth feelings of poignancy, happiness and nostalgia Some were heart breaking tooWhat an incredible collection indeed My grandpa and I are in this one