47 Vintage Photos So Beautiful We Can't Look Away

By | March 12, 2020

There are photos from the 1960s that are so eye catching, so lovely, that you want to look over and study them again and again. Sometimes they show you a new way to look at the world, and some of them just have that special joie de vivre that it’s impossible to explain. A beautiful picture can change your day… especially if you’ve never seen them before.

The photos collected here have more than meets the eye. You’ll find that a photo of Raquel Welch sunning on the beach isn’t just as simple as it may seem, and you’ll see that a routine day in the ‘60s was anything but ordinary… You’ll want to see more of these.

Each of these beautiful photos from the 1960s will be hard to take your eyes off of. Keep in mind that these photos may not be for everyone…

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Brigitte Bardot has always been a fashion icon who’s just as famous for her stylish good looks as she is her film roles. The star of movies like ...And God Created Woman and Contempt found it incredibly hard to be in the middle of so much attention. She was the most beautiful woman of the ‘60s but had trouble dealing with people, which is why she retired from performing to work with animals. Her biographer Jeffrey Robinson told The Dailymail

I don’t think there’s room in her heart for humans. That space is filled with animals. They love her unconditionally.

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It’s not easy to be a love interest on Star Trek. First of all you’ve got to fit the uniform, and then you’ve got to be okay with running around a planet set for hours on end. Emily Banks knew the first part of the job but while speaking about the role she said she was shocked to discover how much activity was involved in being on the show:

I didn’t realize that I was going to be running around with legs hanging out [from the uniform] and shoulders hanging out [from the torn tunic]. But I do remember I did a lot of running. There was a lot of running. And I remember thinking on the first couple days, ‘They don’t want an actress, they want an athlete!’ I was exhausted, and we kept running and running.