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Restoration of a 19th Century photograph of American tourists riding camels posing in front of the Sphinx and the Great Pyramid.

 

19TH CENTURY AMERICAN TOURISTS IN EGYPT

On a photograph that could have served as an illustration to Mark Twain's “The Innocents Abroad, or The New Pilgrims' Progress” a group of American tourists on a trip to see the wonders of Ancient Egypt are proudly sitting atop of camels with the Sphinx and the Great Pyramid seen in the background.

The photograph was careful retouched to remove the signs of the damages while preserving the hue that came from the specific type of blue clay photo paper that was often used in early photography.

 

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