2.08.2013

Flashback Friday - 19th Century Geishas Go Swimming











These photos were taken between 1868 and 1912 showing geishas during their off time at the beach. Here they show a rare glimpse of these mysterious girls out of their typical clothing.

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46 comments:

  1. Bonito post!!!
    Saludos
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  2. Qué bonitas las fotos, la verdad.

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  3. great post!

    XOXO
    Arianna

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  4. So lovely. I love old fashion pics. These japanese girls are charming.
    x, Lara
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  7. Fantastic post! Great photo finds.
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  8. Amazin pics!!!
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  9. The pics are beautiful!~
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    Thanks for following me back!
    Xx Anna

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  10. They look almost like they are influenced by western civilization without their traditional kimono. Maybe they already were a bit by that time.

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  11. Great pictures :)
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  12. They they look so mistical!!
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  13. WOW! This pictures are amazing!

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  14. Photos on blogs should be in this great quality ;)

    Thanks for showing!

    xxx
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  16. beautiful pics!! :D
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  17. What a fantastic find! I'm really loving those pictures.
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  18. Such a lovely post, I like these pictures so much! :)

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  19. great post!

    Now all the clothes less than swimwear then :))

    Good weekend,
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    Good weekend,
    Elena

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  20. I love their always so perfect hairdos! <3

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  21. This art is so amazing

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  22. Love this post...
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  23. soo stunning!
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  24. Wow that's such a unique collection of photos!

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  25. I'm now following you on GFC, thanks for the comment, love your blog :) waiting for your follow back :)
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  26. Great pics! Kisses.
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  29. This is awesome! Love it:)

    Kisses, Lucy :)
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  30. THAT IS AWESOME

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  31. Simply awesome, what a wonderful collection of photos!! really amazing, I'm sending this post to all my photographer friends! xx

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  32. Amazing post :) great blog, Im following you now :) hope so you will do the same :)

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  33. Hm, I think it was the time, when thanks to Madame Sadayakko geishas were very popular especially in England :). These costumes - so victorian :).

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