Florida Then, Now with You
Ponder this, which U.S. state has seen the most change in the last 40 years?
Documerica gave us 558 images of Florida circa 1975; a lasting picture of the striking transformation easily forgotten. You might ask, what does it all look like now?
Grab your smartphone or camera for chance to show just that.
Share this call for current photos or search closer to home. The best matches by place or people, will display in the U.S. National Archives Exhibit: Searching for the Seventies, Washington D.C. March – September of 2013.
Entries accepted through State of the Environment on Flickr. Please note which Documerica image inspired you.
CALL FOR PHOTOS: Florida
Photographer Flip Schulke is remembered for the collective coverage of his modest hometown of New Ulm, Minnesota with top photography students from the Columbia School of Journalism in Missouri. Highlighted now, he also captured incredible the mid-1970s in the Florida Keys.
Follow the Traveling exhibit as it makes it way through the southeast U.S..
To browse more of Flip’s work for Documerica, follow this link to Flip Schulke’s album on Flickr.
You can also participate with State of the Environment by sharing ANY photos you are taking of the landscapes, the people, and the way of life today through 2013.
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