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Remarkable Ninth Plate Daguerreotype
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Remarkable Ninth Plate Daguerreotype (lz Love the fabric in the dress... what color is it??)
REMARKABLE NINTH PLATE DAG VERY PRETTY PRECOCIOUS GIRL CLOSE UP
Syria. Hudea, a four-year-old girl with her hands up in surrender by Turkish photographer Osman Sağırlı.The image was taken at the Atmeh refugee camp in Syria, in December 2014. She travelled to the camp - near the Turkish border - with her mother and two siblings. It is some 150 km from their home in Hama. "I was using a telephoto lens, and she thought it was a weapon," says Sağırlı. "İ realised she was terrified after I took it, and looked at the picture, because she bit her lips and raised her hands." (rw)
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A photo that went viral last week depicting a young Syrian child surrendering in front of a camera she thought to be a gun is but a mere hint at the trauma which displaced and refugee children face across the Middle East, an aid worker says.
Syrian girl gives up on camera A Palestinian photojournalist, Nadia Abu Shaban, in one of his trips to Syria captured an image that has shaken the world. Nadia Abu Shaban portrayed a small four year old thought the lens was a weapon. Fear invaded, knelt and raised his arms as a sign of surrender. On Facebook, journalist shared the image and has become viral sparking outrage and pain in users. The girl looks scared, sad and vulnerable in the picture shared on Facebook. The reaction of the small is a sign of fear that five years ago after living many citizens have started a civil war in Syria. "Picture taken to a Syrian girl. She thinks I have a gun and not a camera; therefore surrendered "reflected Nadia Abu Shaban in your Facebook account. The photographer managed to portray Gaza fear that children, the most vulnerable beings living in a war. Bombs and shootings in schools and orphanages have children stop playing and live happily live in fear of being killed. More than 5 million children are affected or displaced by the horror that exists in the country of Asia.
Four year old Syrian girl surrendering to a photographer's camera thinking it is a gun. This is not a happy moment captured, and hopefully the conflict will end soon, so no more photos like this one will be taken. “It is the children [effected by the conflict] who reflect the feelings [of fear] with their innocence.”
Syrian child, thought he has a weapon not a camera so she Gave up / Niña siria se rinde ante cámara al pensar que fotógrafo le apuntaba con un arma Foto: @NadiaAbuShaban
The photographer who broke the internet's heart
butch & sundance
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Robert Redford and Paul Newman - saw this movie (Butch Cassidy...) for the first time in Australia. Every time I see this photo I remember that special night in a far away country with the most wonderful people I will never forget....
Paul Newman and Robert Redford aka Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid. One of my all time fav movies!
#ButchCassidy and the #SundanceKid #RobertRedford and #PaulNewman #AJB
Welcome To RolexMagazine.com...Home Of Jake's Rolex World Magazine..Optimized for iPad and iPhone: The Complete History Of The Robert Redford Submariner [Part 3 of 4]
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Artist Marc Chagall in his elder years.
"#Work isn't to make #money; you work to justify #life". - Marc #Chagall | #art #quote
One of my very favorite artists - Marc Chagall
Artist Studio | Marc Chagall
“I would like to paint the way a bird sings.” ― Claude Monet
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“I would like to paint the way a bird sings.” ― Claude Monet >>> I wrote a story about him once. A fictional one. Nonetheless, it made me feel closer to him. Like I knew his life and that I was apart of it. That what I made up in my mind was true. Every time I see his name or an art piece, it reminds me of our connection that we never had.
“I would like to paint the way a bird sings.” ― Claude Monet #People #Art
Claude Monet ~ Monet painted almost 2,000 paintings in his over seven-decade career.
Claude Monet by Theodore Robinson
Nelson Mandela by Adrian Steirn
#Blackandwhite - Nelson Mandela by Adrian Steirn #onlineartgallery - #contemporaryart - #artphotography - black and white - art photography - online art gallery - contemporary art source : http://www.ozartsetc.com/2013/12/06/art-tributes-to-nelson-mandela-1918-2013/
Art Tributes to Nelson Mandela (1918 – 2013) | Ozarts Etc
‘Wole Soyinka, Nigerian novelist, playwright, poet, and teacher. His powerful writings enabled him to become the first African writer to win the “Nobel Prize” for literature in 1986.’
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July 13, 2012, Today In History: ‘Wole Soyinka, Nigerian novelist, playwright, poet, and teacher, was born on this date July 13, 1934. His powerful writings enabled him to become the first African writer to win the “Nobel Prize” for literature in 1986.’ (photo: Wole Soyinka) - CARTER Magazine
Children of War | Steve McCurry Powerful and haunting realities of the most innocent victims of war.
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Children of War | Steve McCurry. Kabul, Afghanistan
This picture is hard; indifference is worse. UNICEF, the UN children’s agency, says that Afghanistan is the worst place in the world to be a child. One in five children do not live past the age of five. No one growing up in Afghanistan has ever known what it is like to live in a country at peace. Think about it. Photo: Steve McCurry this makes me so thankful for what I have god has been so good to me pray for the kids on Afghanistan!
Children of War | Steve McCurry Powerful and haunting realities of the most innocent victims of war. These are pitiful but give u a respect for these strong people. A lot of them are victims of the war...not the cause.
Children of War | Steve McCurry
Portrait - Viggo Mortensen
VIggo mortensen - Danish/North American actor, poet, musician, artist and photographer <3<3<3<3<3
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Alice Mary Hawes, photographed by Southworth & Hawes, ca. 1852
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Alice Mary Hawes, photographed by Southworth Hawes, ca. 1852 note hair net
Alice Mary Hawes], ca. 1855. Gift of Alden Scott Boyer. George Eastman House.
Daguerreotype of Alice Mary Hawes Southworth & Hawes Studio Boston (1852)
Bluehour Studio The Art and Illustration of Debra Styer: Art Heroes - Southworth & Hawes Photography
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Rutherford HEEEEEYYYY HOW YOU DOIN?????? Zesty bill clinton and baberham Lincoln. Hahaha
The most attractive US president… looks like Drew Brees
“Who is the most attractive US president of all time? It’s not gorgeous Barack Obama or the zesty Bill Clinton or the tragically beautiful John. F. Kennedy or either of the Roosevelts or even Baberaham Lincoln. That’s right friends, It’s Rutherford B. Hayes. More like Rutherford B. Heeeeyyyy How you doin’” “I laughed for a thousand years at ‘zesty Bill Clinton’” “Baberaham Lincoln.”
Rutherford B Hayes hayy how you doin attractive u.s president
Baberaham Lincoln and Rutherford B. Heeeeeyyyyy How you doin?! HA! #funny #gag #lol @Funn Geeks
A young Rutherford B. Hayes. WHO KNEW??? Rutherford B. HEEEEEEEEEY HOW YOU DOIN'???
First photograph of a President, John Quincy Adams, 1843
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John Quincy Adams (1767 – 1848) was the sixth President of the United States (1825–1829). He served as American diplomat, Senator, and Congressional representative. Adams was the son of former President John Adams and Abigail Adams. As a diplomat, Adams played an important role in negotiating many international treaties, most notably the Treaty of Ghent, which ended the War of 1812. Historians agree he was one of the greatest diplomats and secretaries of state in American history.[
US PRESIDENT JOHN QUINCY ADAMS (1843, earliest confirmed photograph of an American President)
A photo of the 6th U.S. President John Quincy Adams from sometime around 1843. Although this isn’t the oldest photograph of a U.S. President, it may be the oldest surviving photo of one of the earliest U.S. Presidents. There is a photo of William Henry Harrison from 1841, which is probably the oldest surviving photo of a sitting U.S. President. The photo of Adams above was taken after he was already out of office. So, in other words, unless I’m misunderstanding the source material above, the 6th President of the United States is the first president we actually have a photograph of, although it was after he was already out of office. There is one other photo of Adams from 1843 that may be older, but not much is known about the photo above, so it’s difficult to know for sure which one is older. See the other photo below, and read more about it here.
This lady dressed up as her own grandmother.
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This lady dressed up as her own grandmother. So cool Halloween costume idea
I love when people recreate old photos! This is a woman "reenacting" her grandmother's photo.
Russian site about stylish clothing alterations and interior. Can be read in any language via Google translator. #diy #diy fashion #craft #refashion
This lady dressed up as her own grandmother. Cool idea.
This lady dressed up as her own grandmother. Such a fun photo idea
I want to do this! Taking an old picture of your Grandmother and recorating it.Cool idea to see just how similar you look compared to her:)
Charcoal drawing by Robert Longo Jul 20th 2011
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Inredible Charcoal Drawings by Robert Longo (Mind blowing drawing artwork) | Beautiful World | Drawings Arts | Illusions | Amazing Facts | Sculpture
♥Charcoal drawing by Robert Longo Jul 20th 2011 ? Tags: #art #illustration. Such serious eyes!
25 Beautiful and Realistic Charcoal Drawings for your inspiration
white charcoal on black paper Robert Longo is a New York based painter, sculptor, and musician. His art is extraordinary and this piece is charcoal on paper.
Totally Unnecessary Production
ERWIN OLAF-LES BEAUX ARTS-VOGUE-NETHERLANDS-04
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Ronja Amanda Berg in “Les Beaux Arts” by Erwin Olaf for Vogue Netherlands, March 2014
In a stunning example of beauty imitating art, the Vogue Netherlands has channeled the colorful graffiti-inspired art of Jean-Michel Basquiat for a beauty feature "Les Beaux Arts" in the March issue. Incredible image by photographer Erwin Olaf. #ErwinOlaf | #Vogue | #JeanMichelBasquiat | #Art |
Absolutely beautiful! Bodi Tribe Woman, Omo Valley, Ethiopia
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Miss Domoget, Bodi Tribe Woman With Headband, Hana Mursi, Omo Valley, Ethiopia | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
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Bodi Tribe Woman, Omo Valley, Ethiopia. Look at her eyes. strong.
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Old Man. Blue eyes.
India Interesting face.
Self portrait ( not of me!!!! )
I want you by Alessandro Bergamini on 500px
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Karen Walker x Kenya
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Karen Walker's new ad campaign #sunglasses #fashion #collectiveworkshop
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Karen Walker x Kenya - faces of the people
Gabbra woman - Kenya
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Beautiful Eyes - Gabbra woman - Kenya by Eric Lafforgue, via Flickr
Gabbra woman - Kenya ~ #world #cultures
Wise Eyes! from the film Get Real! Wise Women Speak. photo by Eric Lafforgue - Beautiful!
Gabbra woman, Kenya (photo by Eric Lafforgue)
Africa | Samburu Tribesman, Kenya | © Art Wolfe
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Samburu Tribesman, Kenya, Africa Art Wolfe.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
Samburu Tribesman, Kenya, Africa © Art Wolfe.
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"Whenever you are creating beauty around you, you oare restoring your own soul." - Alice Walker
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Pulitzer Prize Winning Author, Alice Walker
Today in Black History, 4/18/2013 - Alice Walker was the first black woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, awarded for her novel, "The Color Purple," on this date in 1983. For more info, check out today's notes!
Alice Walker "No person is your friend who demands your silence, or denies your right to grow." Alice Malsenior Walker (born February 9, 1944) is an American author, poet, and activist. She has written both fiction and essays about race and gender. She is best known for the critically acclaimed novel The Color Purple (1982) for which she won the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize.
Alice Walker A wise woman......
Jean-Christian Cottu - Nagaland