Barbara Morgan, Pearl Primus, “Speak to Me of Rivers,” 1944

Barbara Morgan, Pearl Primus, “Speak to Me of Rivers,” 1944

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realityayslum:

Bruno Réquillart 
Piste de Ski, c1975

realityayslum:

Bruno Réquillart

Piste de Ski, c1975

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houndeye:

A. Aubrey Bodine
Steel Worker - ca.1950

houndeye:

A. Aubrey Bodine

Steel Worker - ca.1950

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bizarredisco:

Birgit Jürgenssen, 1980
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mianoti:

Decayed daguerreotypes
1. Portrait of unidentified woman in theatrical costume [between 1844 and 1860]
2. Portrait of unidentified woman with spectacles, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, wearing lace cap [between 1844 and 1860]

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windandlight:

Minor White -  Wire, Window and Crack Boston, 1969 (source: Heritage)

windandlight:

Minor White -  Wire, Window and Crack
Boston, 1969 (source: Heritage)

historicaltimes:

This is Trench Warfare. Photo taken by an official British Photographer during WWI, c.1917

historicaltimes:

This is Trench Warfare. Photo taken by an official British Photographer during WWI, c.1917

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gacougnol:

Barbara Morgan
Cadenza 1940

gacougnol:

Barbara Morgan

Cadenza
1940

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ph. Barbara Morgan, Martha Graham: Primitive Mysteries - Gelatin Silver Print, 1935

ph. Barbara Morgan, Martha Graham: Primitive Mysteries - Gelatin Silver Print, 1935

archiveofaffinities:

Mary Martin, Nine Groups, 1964 

archiveofaffinities:

Mary Martin, Nine Groups, 1964 

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new-brutalism:




Keeling House 5, Cluster Housing,  Bethnal Green, London, Denys Lasdun, 1954-1957
Photo: Simon Phipps

new-brutalism:

Keeling House 5, Cluster Housing,  Bethnal Green, London, Denys Lasdun, 1954-1957

Photo: Simon Phipps

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les-sources-du-nil:

A. Delarue
Undated Photogramme

les-sources-du-nil:

A. Delarue

Undated Photogramme

design-related:

Etoile éclatée, 1968, lacquered stainless steel panel, by French sculptor Michel Deverne. A cache of his work was recently auctioned in Paris. Find out more about the artist at Pedro Silmon’s blog.

design-related:

Etoile éclatée, 1968, lacquered stainless steel panel, by French sculptor Michel Deverne. A cache of his work was recently auctioned in Paris. Find out more about the artist at Pedro Silmon’s blog.

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arcticanstars:


In 1900, this is what a snowstorm looked like when caught on film…
Taken by Donald MacMillan on Mount Washington.

via

arcticanstars:

In 1900, this is what a snowstorm looked like when caught on film…

Taken by Donald MacMillan on Mount Washington.

via

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