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Sometimes the shadow self is so well camouflaged that it can take a profound effort to discover it. We are so disconnected from our darkest inner realms that it would be impossible to discover what lies there if it weren't for our "projections." These occur when we subconsciously cast our shadow on to the world around us, which then reflects it back to us • Denise Linn

Henri Cartier-Bresson, Coney Island, New York, 1946 | picnic | beach | friendships | love | vintage | blankets | sunshine

♥ Henri Cartier-Bresson

Da un'intervista a H. C-B: "Ho scattato questa [foto] attraverso le inferriate, vi ho infilato la camera attraverso [...] Ecco perché è un po' sfocata. Lo spazio fra assi era tale che solo l'obiettivo ci passava in mezzo. Non potevo a vedere nulla attraverso il visore. - "Non poteva vedere l'uomo saltare?" - "no." - "è stata fortuna." - "E 'sempre fortuna." Parigi. Gare Montparnasse. L'uomo che salta è Raymond Quenue.

Henri Cartier-Bresson. One of my favorite photographers. Check out my guide to dream cameras at the click thru ->

ITALY, Abruzzo, Scanno. 1951. Henri Cartier-Bresson

Henri Cartier Bresson Shadows can be used to suggest clues about the context in which the photograph was captured.