More to explore:
Louis Faurer, Viva, (portrait of woman smoking), New York, N.Y., 1962
Black and white, vintage photography. The days of the vinyl and record player. Born in the wrong generation.
fanny ardant by Frédérique Barraja on the set of ” Paris,je t’aime”,2006
My teen attitude: a smoker in flannel, not giving a F..., well, you can finish that last part ;)
50s..... the hair, the style, the language.... yummy boyfriend :)
women with dogs, east end avenue, new york, 1950 • dan weiner
Sarah Moon: by Sarah Moon
How can things disappear in an instant? How can you fall asleep and wake up to find everything you once knew is now only a memory inside your head?
Photography by Jerry Schatzberg, Catherine Deneuve in New York, 1965
Unclench your fists, unlock your knees and also the door to your heart, take a deep breath, and begin to swim. Begin to let the waves do their work in you. --Shauna Niequist
"Photography to me is catching a moment which is passing, and which is true." ~ Jacques-Henri Lartigue
I once won an award for jumping in Jump Rope for the Heart. This pic should inspire me to take up the habit again.