15 Heartwarming Vintage Pictures of People with Their Dogs

Humans and dogs have formed relationship from the beginning of time. You can see immense emotions and feelings in each of these beautiful vintage photos below.

12 Interesting Vintage Photos of Sheep on the Streets of London in the 1920s and 1930s

In the 1920s and 1930s, sheep were routinely introduced into London parks to keep the grass under control and reduce mowing costs. Shepherds competed for the privilege of grazing their flocks on Hyde Park, Kensington Gardens, Clapham Common and other pastures around the city. (via Mashable/ Retronaut)

Crossing the Waterloo Bridge, 1924.

A flock of sheep head down the Kingsway in London, 1926.

On the Strand, 1926.

Holding up traffic in the Aldwych, 1928.

In Hyde Park, 1929.

Ken Murray and Paramount girls at Malibu La Costa, 1931

Raw Power – Rare Photos of Iggy Pop Taken by Mick Rock in 1972

In 1972 Iggy Pop & The Stooges flew into London to record a new LP Raw Power. With David Bowie as executive producer, Raw Power proved to be an instant classic. During this time The Stooges, perpetually wasted, performed a single concert in London’s Kings Cross. This whole crazed period of Iggy’s phenomenal career was captured on camera by one man – Mick Rock.

Cowboy and cowgirl, ca. 1920s

The Wawona Tree - Historic Photos Since Its Tunnel was Formed Untill Falling

Wawona Tree was a famous giant sequoia that stood in Mariposa Grove, Yosemite National Park. It had a height of 227 feet (69 m) and was 90 ft (27 m) in circumference. A tunnel was cut through the tree in 1881.

The Wawona Tree fell in 1969 under an estimated two ton load of snow on its crown. The giant sequoia is estimated to have been 2,300 years old.

The Wawona Tunnel Tree, ca. 1880s

Norwegian-American artist Chris Jorgensen painting the tree, 1894

Horse-drawn wagon driving through the Wawona Tunnel Tree, 1902

The Wawona Tunnel Tree, 1903

Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir at Yosemite's Wawona Tunnel Tree, 1903

Two Apache Indian women cooking pot at a campfire, New Mexico, 1903