I'm scrolling through my emails, and there are some photos that actually match the Sepia Saturday prompt, so very well, I think!
Here's a video: Harold Lloyd's Safety Last.
Such lovely early film work and just look at the acrobatic skills!
This is part of another one of Open Culture's articles: Captivating GIFs reveal the magical special effects in silent films.
Enjoy the trickery of early Hollywood, before green screens and Computer Generations!
Thanks Sepia Saturday for the 350 fun and educational opportunities to share with each other through the magic of the internet. What do you think the next great imaginations will come up with?
"Truth is ever to be found in simplicity, and not in the multiplicity and confusion of things."Sir Isaac Newton
The three laws of motion. The First Law states that objects at rest tend to remain at rest, and objects in motion tend to remain in motion, unless they are acted upon by an external force; the Second Law states that an applied force on an object equals the rate of change of its momentum with time; and the Third Law states that for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. Sir Isaac Newton