Parisian Sun &
Girls Having Fun
Nostalgia is finding value within the little moments and our larger memories. As a member of the Photomyne family, we know the past holds a special place in your heart, and we welcome you to our weekly newsletter of nostalgic photos.
The city of sisterly love
A family visit to Paris cannot be complete without seeing the Eiffel Tower, can it?
Photo source: Ben Van Meerendonk (1960)
Decipher the decade
An iconic fashionable trend of this decade was a colorful, swingy, poodle skirt. Honestly, we think it's time for a comeback.
Photo source: Wikimedia Commons
A touch of Sharpy
Everywhere I go
"This is a photo of me when I was six years old, taken at "China Photo Studio" in Beijing in 1965. I'm an amateur photographer and use my camera to capture moments in my daily life. Photomyne is an excellent tool for digitizing all of my old family photos, and I especially like the feature which allows you to capture the handwriting on the back of a picture."
Sharpy is a feature allowing you to unblur grainy or lower-quality photos – try it yourself!
Photo source: Photomyne user Hsiao Li Pan
The way we were
Today, we celebrate me
All these happy faces can only mean one thing - birthday cake is on the way!
Photo source: Flickr
A colorful afternoon
If by "girls' day" you mean making a mess at our parents' house with paint and brushes, count us in!
Photo source: Steve Murray (1979)
Photomyne user photo
"This is my husband Sylvain when he was three years old in 1976. His father worked for the wood industry in Quebec, and one day found this cage. Young Sylvain asked to go inside and his mother took a photo of this funny moment. We found it in her old belongings."
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Photo source: Photomyne user Nancy Lavigne
The 1950s are today's deciphered decade.
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