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Thus, all of the flags in both the day view and the night view almost certainly have been manually added.

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Keep in mind that until the advent of the photochrome postcard, all view postcards were either printed in black and white, or black and white that was colorized.

The selection and placement of color was under the complete control of the printer, as was the design, even when the design was based on a photographic original.

The most telling piece of evidence, however, is that the distribution of people both on the beach and in the water is exactly the same in both the daytime and nighttime postcard views!