It’s amazing how a photograph can make you feel. I love this photo. I feel the love that they have for each other. Whether its a Mom and dad, Brother and sister or just two friends playing, I can feel something. And thats what true art and what real love is…It’s not when something looks perfect, but when it makes you feel something. Modern Art, Famili, Garry Winogrand, Edward Steichen, Islands, 1952, Garri Winogrand, Coney Island, Photographi
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this warms my heart :)
sans titre, Paris, by Maud Sophie on Flickr.
Pisac Market, Peru. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk. If those at the market have brought corn to trade or sell, you know they live in the lowlands, like the river valley near Pisac. One major purpose of Andean markets is for people who live at the high altitudes--eg 12,000 above sea level can come to market to trade their potatoes, which can be grown high up, for lower products like vegetables, fruit, corn. Peru, South America, Pisac Market, Travel, Market Place
Models in New York photographed by Gordon Parks for LIFE magazine, 1952 (Suzy Parker far left).
India-I want to go to this wonderful, colourful place. I want to eat food so full of flavours and spices that I can taste it for hours later. I want to ride an Indian elephant and wear a beautiful Indian saari. I want to visit an India Market place and let my sense be amazed with all the different colours and spices. I want to go to India. Peopl, Colorful Fashion, Colors, Art, Beauti, India, Places, Baskets, Africa
Proud cholita, Bolivia. photo by Roger Yorke
NYC by Chris Ozer from www.aidamollenkam...
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Alfred M. Bailey: Inuit girl with puppy, Alaska, 1922.
New York City
Little Muna: New York, New York!
1961 in Paris, dancing in the streets on Bastille Day
July 14, 1952 - dancing on 'Bastille Day'
MoMA | Interactives | Exhibitions | 2010 | Henri Cartier-Bresson
The old Penn Station, New York, 1948. Demolished. Photo: Louis Faurer.
SAUL LEITER: Untitled. New York (San Carlo Restaurant at 3rd Avenue and E. 10th Street), 1952.