London then and now: Hybrid images show changing face of capital’s landmarks
Images taken from the early 20th century around the capital’s famous landmarks have been cleverly juxtaposed with snaps from today - and while the landscape looks vastly different there are many elements which have stayed the same. The pictures were released by the Museum of London to launch Streetmuseum 2.0 iPhone app, which is available on iTunes from today. The app guides users to sites across London, where hidden histories of the city dramatically appear, illuminated thanks to the museum’s extensive art and photographic collections. (x)
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are oranges named orange because they’re orange or is orange called orange because oranges are orange
which came first: the orange or orange
Orange was first used to refer to the fruit around 1300 but not used as a color word until around 1540.
then what was the colour called before then
there was no colour everything was in black and white