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Gif showing growth progression of #sxsw tagged photos on @Instagram from Saturday through today.

Gif showing growth progression of #sxsw tagged photos on @Instagram from Saturday through today.

 Iconic photos tucked away in mountain mine

Pele, of Brazil’s Santos soccer team, dribbles the ball down the field of the Coliseum, as Guadalajara, Mexico defensive player Gustavo Pena tries to block him. A crowd of 16,000 was on hand at this game on June 3, 1973. Santos won, 2-1. 

 Iconic photos tucked away in mountain mine

Pele, of Brazil’s Santos soccer team, dribbles the ball down the field of the Coliseum, as Guadalajara, Mexico defensive player Gustavo Pena tries to block him. A crowd of 16,000 was on hand at this game on June 3, 1973. Santos won, 2-1. 


1000memories created this interesting graphic showing the relative sizes of the world’s largest photo libraries.

Digital cameras are now ubiquitous – it is estimated that 2.5 billion people in the world today have a digital camera. If the average person snaps 150 photos this year that would be a staggering 375 billion photos. That might sound implausible but this year people will upload over 70 billion photos to Facebook, suggesting around 20% of all photos this year will end up there. Already Facebook’s photo collection has a staggering 140 billion photos, that’s over 10,000 times larger than the Library of Congress.

(via The Relative Sizes of the World’s Largest Photo Libraries)

1000memories created this interesting graphic showing the relative sizes of the world’s largest photo libraries.

Digital cameras are now ubiquitous – it is estimated that 2.5 billion people in the world today have a digital camera. If the average person snaps 150 photos this year that would be a staggering 375 billion photos. That might sound implausible but this year people will upload over 70 billion photos to Facebook, suggesting around 20% of all photos this year will end up there. Already Facebook’s photo collection has a staggering 140 billion photos, that’s over 10,000 times larger than the Library of Congress.

(via The Relative Sizes of the World’s Largest Photo Libraries)

A picture means I know where I was every minute. That’s why I take pictures. It’s a visual diary.

Andy Warhol