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      Registered: November 2007
      Location: West Virginia, USA
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      This was a common occurence in the mid 1800's. If you look closely at the shots, you will notice what looks like a double exposure. It's because of the length of time it took to expose the "film" to capture the photo. That's also why so many people never smiled for the old pictures. They had been standing there for some time.
      · Date: January 5, 2008 · Views: 316
      · Filesize: 122.8kb · Dimensions: 650 x 650 ·
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      January 12, 2008 9:53am

      beautiful page.
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