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The John Hinde Archive at the Mary Evans Picture Library takes us on a tour of the mid-century British Isles and, boy, what a gloriously technicolour world it was. Hinde was born in 1916, but his career as a photographer took off during the 1950s and ‘60s, when his company began to publish postcards of Britain, Ireland and beyond, pioneering a new, dazzling style. The images, taken on large format cameras, have a distinctively retro, colour-saturated look, a rich evocation of a period when a motoring holiday was still relatively free of gridlock and Billy Butlin was the king of fun.
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