Queen Charlotte's Ball by Henri Cartier-Bresson. London, 1959.

all-things-bright-and-beyootiful: “By Henri Cartier-Bresson, Queen Charlotte’s Ball, London 1959 ”

Henri Cartier Bresson woman with umbrella. Cute shoes! I could do that. Those heels are small enough that the chance of twisting an ankle is pretty slim.

You need more lessons but your getting there. Mary Poppins should be pleased with your progress! by Richard Avedon : Carmen Dell’Orefice (Homage to Munkácsi), Place François-Premier, Paris, 1957 Harper’s Bazaar Coat by Pierre Cardin

This image holds the element of Line with the windows and the chairs. There is also a contrast of colour from the top of the image to the bottom.

Henri Cartier Breton - in Paris, the mini skirt had arrived - not to everyones approval. Inspiration for our Monochrome Twist shoot in the June 16 issue.

♫♪ Music ♪♫ Black & white photo musician Henri Cartier-Bresson

This image is generally attributed to Henri Cartier Bresson, but is in fact by contemporary Puerto Rican amateur photographer Julio Roman, and was inspired by Henri Cartier Bresson.

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London 1951 Photo: Henri Cartier-Bresson The way this photographer has used the black and white effect makes the photo have a story.

Dancers photographed by Hannes Kilian, 1955... I love dancing, all aspects of it and this image captures the excitement of rock n roll perfectly... Canvas material I would say!

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Photo: Hannes Kilian 1955 (resized)--The Beauty of Dance Captured In Black & White.Catching the Beat & the Wind.

Boris Karloff   by Henri Cartier Bresson

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atomic-flash: “Boris Karloff as the mad architect, Hjalmar Poelzig, in the 1934 dark horror classic, The Black Cat - Directed by Edgar G.

i love so many of bresson's photographs. this just gains expression the longer you look at it.

Henri Cartier-Bresson was mistakenly credited for the beautiful “A girl and a dog” photo. All the credits should go to Lithuania-based Andrej Vasilenko, who snapped it back in Cartier-Bresson was dead at that time – as in not alive anymore.

Birds flying overhead of shadow... how beautiful and marvelously different!

Sergio Larraín London, 1959 Black bird fly into the hear of night! A beautiful photo and a reminder that the birds are flying back for spring. A bird song in spring is ever so sweet.

Vintage photograph of St. Petersburg (Leningrad) by Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1973. #Russia

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Henri Cartier-Bresson, Leningrad, 1973 A portrait of Lenin decorates a facade of the Winter Palace; for May Day celebrations and to commemorate the victory over the Nazis.

Paris, 1954 •  By Henri Cartier-Bresson/Magnum photos • From Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Modern Century

paris, 1954 photo by henri cartier-bresson/magnum photos, from henri cartier-bresson: the modern century This photo captures line through the trees which also contrast with the misty sky and background.