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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.
To the moon and back
People rarely become celebrities by doing something as unbelievable as Neil Armstrong. In this photo taken on July 10, 1969, Armstrong practiced descending the ladder of the Apollo 11 spacecraft. We all know what happened ten days later.
Photo source: Project Apollo Archive (1969)
A touch of Sharpy
"This is my favorite photo of my mother, taken in 1939. She was born in 1914 and grew up in Kalmar, Sweden. Last year, I found many pictures of my parents that I had never seen before, and this photo was among them. These photos are the reason I chose to use Photomyne."
Sharpy is a feature allowing you to unblur grainy or lower-quality photos – try it yourself!
Photo source: Photomyne user Kristina Zorjan
Blast from the past
In the middle of a long summer day of archaeological excavations at the Champoeg site in Oregon, even a wheelbarrow is a proper spot for a break.
Photo source: John Atherton (1973)
It's always summer in Florida
Winter may be around the corner, but if you ask these kids in Indian Rocks Beach, Florida, any day of the year is a pool day!
Photo source: Flickr (1976)
The favorite sibling
A dog is often not just your best friend, but also a part of your family.
Photo source: University of California Libraries (1897)
Photomyne user photo
Love at first sight
"The girl in the photo is my wife Aliana when she was younger. As we were looking for another photo, we found this picture, which her sister took. We met the day this picture was taken."
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Photo source: Photomyne user Fernando Fernandez
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