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Diário do entardecer...

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Young Lives project studies causes and effects of childhood poverty

Te voy a contar un secreto pero no se lo digas a nadie

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Frida Kahlo and Leon Trotsky, Mexico, He was exiled in Mexico from 1936 until he was assassinated in 1940. Kahlo and he had an affair when he lived with her and Rivera. (Trotsky's wife, Ruth, and another person were edited out of the photo. rw)

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"Changing trains" by Doctor Mhuni Wanna learn black and white photography ? Voulez-vous apprendre la photo en noir et blanc ?

Changing trains


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photo idea.... puddles!! El reflejo en el charco. Captar el movimiento. Me encantan las fotos de charcos! !


Finally back home. “I fell in love with her when we were together, then fell deeper in love with her in the years we were apart.” Nicholas Sparks, Dear John

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Robert Downey Jr.

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Generations - 1925, Ogawa Gesshu

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John Huston


Mother’s Hand. 1966 by Antanas Sutkus

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Beautiful child's face. Still wet from a tear. Great shot.

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Love this photo of Frida Kahlo! │ Photography by fashion photographer - Toni Frissell Mexico

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Steven L. Miller ----- Look at this and I love black and white photography, how wonderful - this one shows the passage of time....

Motivation, Perspective and Inspiration By:Carl Johnson II (Carl The Muse)

By Dina Goldstein

Trackrecord — DINA GOLDSTEIN

Chico Buarque e Bob Marley

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Nature will always take over. Turquoise tiles in Lisbon, Portugal | photographed by Ernest McLeod

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Red hair

True love never dies! ♥ The Queen and Prince Philip 60 years later!

Groupon - True love never dies! ♥ The Queen and Prince...

Buddhist Monks Rick Piper HERE

Artemis Dreaming

"This is the real secret of life — to be completely engaged with what you are doing in the here and now. And instead of calling it work, realize it is play.” ~ Alan Watts * Great Buddha in Kamakura <3 lis

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Two Maiko Girls from Ponto-cho (1961). A photograph by Burt Glinn, in the Japan issue of “Holiday” magazine, October 1961.

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