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Rare photographs from World War One

Have you ever bought something at a thrift store or a yard sale and found something inside much more awesome than the item you actually paid for? Well, that’s just what happened to blogger and photography enthusiast Anton Orlov. According to Orlov’s blog, he opened up the Jumelle Belllieni stereoscopic camera he just purchased from an antique store and found negatives taken during World War I inside. Orlov developed the almost perfectly preserved negatives and discovered these beautiful rare images of the WWI French countryside.

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