Category : The NoName Project

Paris Escape of Atlanta Wedding Photographer

This post is dedicated to Chloe and Bjoern, my dear friends and a newly married couple, who are fully responsible for my recent escape to Paris, France [smile] Congratulations and best wishes for a long and happy marriage, Guys! and thank you very much for the invite! I love to be a traveler in Paris… but it is much more …

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Post Scriptum. I got an annoying feeling that ‘Delta Air Lines – The History In Magazine Advertising’ series, ended in May, is incomplete without the most recent ads. So the series is back for just one final post containing the most important history fact, summary of this series, and ads from a digital era. Complete! gmeanm3r June 17, 1929 – …

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1954 Pan American Airlines Lower Deck Lounge Magazine Ad

Time flies. The 1980s-2000s is the last post of vintage print advertisements of my ‘Delta Air Lines – The History In Magazine Advertising’ series, dedicated to Delta’s 85th Anniversary. Through 85 years of service and growth, Delta has been enriched with the addition of other airlines to its family, including the latest addition of Northwest Airlines in 2008. The post’s …

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Delta Is Ready When You Are

It is time to publish a new post in the ‘Delta Air Lines – The History In Magazine Advertising’ series, dedicated to Delta’s 85th Anniversary. This post contains year-by-year magazine print advertisements from 1970 to 1979. Since we are talking 1970s today, I would like to start the “story of prints” with one of my favorite Delta’s pictures taken in …

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1940 Delta Airlines Douglas Wings Over Dixie Print Ad

Today’s ‘Delta Air Lines – The History In Magazine Advertising’ series post, dedicated to Delta’s 85th Anniversary, contains magazine print advertisements from the 1920s-1950s and the Delta Air Lines fleet history facts. The Delta Air Lines Fleet In 1924, The Huff-Daland Duster, nicknamed the “Puffer”, was the first agricultural airplane flown by crop-dusting division of Huff Daland Airplanes, Inc., called …

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1980 Atlanta Chiefs

The Birth of Professional Soccer in Atlanta The “Godfather” of Professional Soccer (a.k.a. Football) in Atlanta was Richard “Dick” Cecil. He was intrigued with the 1966 World Cup and decided that a professional soccer team would add valuable events for Atlanta Stadium. He was Vice President of the Atlanta Braves baseball franchise, who became the owners of the first premier …

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My Recipe In Pictures: Russian Apple Cake Charlotte

Mayan Apocalypse did not happen, and I have decided to celebrate the beginning of New Era by baking my favorite desert- Russian Apple Cake ‘Charlotte’ (Пирог Шарлотка, pronounced as ‘Sharlotka’). Even more, I’ve thought it might be a good idea to share International recipes here in my Travel Photo Journal. Honestly, I do not cook at all. But, I can …

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