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"It’s a photograph of a burka-clad woman holding a wounded relative in embrace in a hospital in Sana, Yemen. We can’t see their faces—his is buried in her chest, hers is covered by the burka—but their bodies tell the story: he is sitting limp, exhausted, in pain, she is hugging him protectively, consoling. " via:

Traces of lost da Vinci painting found hidden behind wall after 500 years, researchers claim

maybe just a tad too high... OMFG ROFL..... I cannot believe the sh*t you pair of sad losers talk about - you are such an "EMBARRASMENT TO MY KIDS" honestly - you being together is sheer brilliance... I LOVE IT ! I LOVE THAT IT IS YOU !!!!!

History. As era-defining photographs go, "Migrant Mother" pretty much takes the cake. For many, Florence Owens Thompson is the face of the Great Depression, thanks to legendary shutterbug Dorothea Lange. Lange captured the image while visiting a dusty California pea-pickers’ camp in February 1936, and in doing so, captured the resilience of a proud nation facing desperate times. Unbelievably, Thompson’s story is as compelling as her portrait. Just 32 years old when Lange approached her…

Beautiful Black and White Photography

Artistic yet beautiful and extremely powerful shot. Michele Clement is the winner of Black & White Spider Awards 2007 in category “Outstanding Achievement”.