a 1961 new york times photo, showing louis armstrong playing trumpet for his wife, lucille, in front of the great sphinx and pyramids in giza, egypt. i wanna play for you in egypt!
Albert Einstein on the beach wearing what most common people today would bark, "Those are Women's shoes!" (Sandals with a slight heel)
Poignant street photography by Flávio Damm
"For most of history, man has had to fight nature to survive; in this century he is beginning to realize that, in order to survive, he must protect it." — Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Portrait by Yousuf Karsh
Jacques Yves Cousteau kit - red knit watch cap, pipe and chambray shirt.
Captain, Jacques Coustea is pictured below with Dolly, a dolphin trained in reconnaissance by the United States Navy in the canal waters located in the Florida Keys. What an amazing man and athlete, swimming with dolphins well into his
Black and White Photograph by Nadya Kulagina The winning shot of 2014 Underwater Photography Photo Contest in Wide angle divers category from Nadya Kulagina, Russian underwater photographer.
Henri Cartier-Bresson, Simone de Beauvoir, Paris, 1946 "In a portrait, I’m looking for the silence in somebody.
National Geographic to auction famous photos
Legendary explorere Jacques Cousteau's photo entitled 'A diver swims with an octopus, whose arms measured three feet long, Mediterranean Sea' joins others at Christie's sale of 'The National Geographic Collection: The Art of Exploration'
Horizontal, black and white photos are custom framed in vertical mouldings with super long matboards. Just goes to show - don't let the orientation of the art determine where it will and won't fit. Anything's possible with custom framing!