One of the greatest authors shot by one of the greatest photographers.
Truman Capote, New York, 1948
IRVING PENN Four-Eyed Beauty, New York, c. 1965 reflection
Perspective. (at East River Ferry Terminal Wall Street/Pier 11)
Freckles are beautiful. Shot by Irving Penn
The Brooklyn Bridge. Timeless. (at Under The Brooklyn Bridge)
The things our eyes can miss. - a Due Colori by Alberto Seveso
From the sketchbook of Marco Mazzoni. Incredible artist.
” The Listener “
Series: The Encyclopedia of Impossible Animals
color pencil, ink on moleskin notebook paper
The beauty of floral decay
‘DECAYING FLOWERS’ WAS SHOT BY BILLY KIDD
Billy Kidd (tumblr | facebook) extremely talented photographer based in New York. - “When i was 6 we sold everything in a garage sale.I made an impressive $20 selling my He-Man action figures, Castle of Grayskull, G.I. Joe’s and every little thing. I thought it would be fun to put my money in a small wooden box and bury it with a small white string tied to it coming out of the dirt. I never found the money. We weaved around the US from state to state in an RV. I slept above the driver seat in a loft style bed, It was the coolest thing. Towards the end of our journey we went through Death Valley. A bag of ice cost us $3.49 in 1987. We settled down in Scottsdale, AZ.”
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beautiful photos of that thing that drives people crazy when its full.
Ted Kincaid - Lunar photographs, 2010-11
When you feel down, like life isn’t treating you right. Take time to remember those who’ve lost everything.
Robert Polidori - New Orleans, 2005-06