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L' enfant a assez d'imagination pour transformer n'importe quel endroit en un terrain de jeux. / By Doisneau.

Robert Doisneau - Paris 1934 Appreciate the little things, instead of constantly looking for something bigger.

❦ It breaks your heart, but cannot go down that road. must focus on the positive: she can stand and move about. Still, it breaks my heart. ❦

Photography Tips for photographing kids. Capturing the full size of the door in the photo accentuates the smallness of the child.

This is what I feel to be one of my strongest images from Berlin because it fits in with the theme of loneliness and isolation well. I like how the street uses lead in lines and looks like it is never ending. Also in the distance is a statue on top of a building which is different  and only visible when closely viewed.

This is what I feel to be one of my strongest images from Berlin because it fits in with the theme of loneliness and isolation well. I like how the street uses lead in lines and looks like it is never ending. Also in the distance is a statue on top of a building which is different and only visible when closely viewed.

Bill Brandt    London, 1937     From The Photography of Bill Brandt

Bill Brandt London, 1937 From The Photography of Bill Brandt

Dulce niñez...

Shirley Baker - Two young girls swing on a rope attached to a pavement lamppost outside a corner shop in Hulme, Manchester, 1965

..Jordan Clark Ska, Where Duh Ann Sing?

juh ore duh anne by Gloria Supatra Bhargavaa collage artist based in Bangkok (kids of Dada)

@SarahJo Ciotti. Cowboys and indians - This made me think of you.

Oh to be a kid again. Thurston Hopkins London, August, 1954 From Thurston Hopkins/Picture Post/Getty Images

Plein Air (painting on site, outdoors) is a wonderful way to experience art. We've got a class coming up on Sept. 21 at the Sawtooth: http://sawtooth.org/classes/drawing/plein-air-landscape-workshop.html

Vintage Artist: Capturing the Sacré-Cœur Basilica, from the old Norvins street in Montmartre, Paris, France. Circa Photo Credit: Ed Clark, Time Life

Helen Levitt (New York street photographer)

“There are thousands in the phone booth”

Trying to make a phone call with the kids jamming into the phone booth too :: Helen Levitt, New York 1982 ::

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