The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

By Jesus Diaz on at

The late Nick DeWolf—a MIT engineer who designed more than 300 semiconductor and electronic systems—really loved photography. So much that he carried a camera for most of his life. Now his son is digitising all his pictures and publishing them one by one.

So far he has 50,000 already, and counting. It's a huge task, but the results are great. It feels like an Instagram feed from the past. A #superlatergram.

Actually, I wish he were publishing them on Instagram or 1000memories. I would subscribe to his feeds in a heartbeat.

Go to Flickr and see DeWolf's life unveiling one photo at a time. [FlickrThanks Richard Blakeley (and get well!)]

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life

The Instagram of Someone's Entire Life