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{♥} To get to the top of this spire in the Chamonix Aiguilles, France, climbing pioneer Miriam O’Brien Underhill scaled up its center ridge with her camera held between her teeth in 1929. Underhill was the first woman to conquer several challenging peaks, including the Matterhorn and was famous for “manless Alpine climbing”. (On these treks she climbed only with other women.)

National Geographic Magazine 100 Best Vintage Photographs

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J. Kim by James Fitzgerald III, via Flickr

Love everything about this for a chic, retro wedding...the dress, the belt, the necklace, the gloves, the hair, the shoes and of course Paris!

Staten Island Ferry Commuters, 1944 • By Gordon Parks

Thinh Dong ~ Frozen roses 4 (Violent and still photo series)