A Moment Out Of Time.

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Photography is more than a medium for factual communication of ideas. It is a creative art. It takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still.



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    A wonderful view of New York City from Central Park.

    A wonderful view of New York City from Central Park.

    — 8 hours ago with 1 note

    #new york  #central park  #my pictures 
    She is one of the most accomplished portrait photographers of our times. She has an impressive record of astonishing portraits and the uncertain pleasure of being the last person taking pictures of John Lennon the same day of his death.

    She is one of the most accomplished portrait photographers of our times. She has an impressive record of astonishing portraits and the uncertain pleasure of being the last person taking pictures of John Lennon the same day of his death.

    — 14 hours ago with 2 notes

    #annie leibovitz 
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Iris Strubegger by Simon Cave for Vogue Thailand, April 2014

Iris Strubegger. This Austrian top model was discovered completely by chance when walking down the streets of New York.

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    Iris Strubegger by Simon Cave for Vogue Thailand, April 2014

    Iris Strubegger. This Austrian top model was discovered completely by chance when walking down the streets of New York.

    — 19 hours ago with 107 notes

    #iris strubegger 
    Annie Leibovitz went to Lennon’s apartment that afternoon. She wanted to take some pictures of the worldwide rock star for Rolling Stone magazine. The famous photographer wanted a picture of Lennon alone for the cover of the magazine but Lennon insisted that he wanted his wife to appear in the cover too, so this one would be selected. Leibovitz said years later that both of them were supposed to be naked but Ono eventually started to feel unconfortable. The photographer left the Dakota building at 3:30 pm. It was december 8, 1980.

    Annie Leibovitz went to Lennon’s apartment that afternoon. She wanted to take some pictures of the worldwide rock star for Rolling Stone magazine. The famous photographer wanted a picture of Lennon alone for the cover of the magazine but Lennon insisted that he wanted his wife to appear in the cover too, so this one would be selected. Leibovitz said years later that both of them were supposed to be naked but Ono eventually started to feel unconfortable. The photographer left the Dakota building at 3:30 pm. It was december 8, 1980.

    — 19 hours ago with 4 notes

    #john lennon  #yoko ono  #annie leibovitz  #rolling stone  #december 8 1980  #dakota building 
    This boat was considered the safest ship ever built. So safe that she was equipped with only twenty lifeboats. More than 2000 passengers that boarded the luxurious ocean liner for her maiden vovage from Southampton to New York had seemingly nothing to fear. Four days later The Titanic struck an iceberg and sank in just three hours. That accident has been considered  the major maritime disaster in history.

    This boat was considered the safest ship ever built. So safe that she was equipped with only twenty lifeboats. More than 2000 passengers that boarded the luxurious ocean liner for her maiden vovage from Southampton to New York had seemingly nothing to fear. Four days later The Titanic struck an iceberg and sank in just three hours. That accident has been considered the major maritime disaster in history.

    — 1 day ago with 1 note

    #titanic 
    Sometimes the simplest picture could become a cry of freedom.

    Sometimes the simplest picture could become a cry of freedom.

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    — 1 day ago with 348928 notes

    #astonishing pictures 
    Huh? In Dallas? A Lefty shoots the president? Well, maybe, but I’m going to have to be shown. I mean this was not high-level analysis.
Josiah Thompson. Private Eye and author of the famous book “Six Seconds in Dallas”.

    Huh? In Dallas? A Lefty shoots the president? Well, maybe, but I’m going to have to be shown. I mean this was not high-level analysis.
    Josiah Thompson. Private Eye and author of the famous book “Six Seconds in Dallas”.

    — 3 days ago

    #josiah thompson  #jfk  #lee harvey oswald 
    Alan Alda as captain Hawkeye Pierce in M.A.S.H. He has been one of the most prolific actors of all times. Not everybody knows that his real name is Alfonso D’Abruzzo. He never changed it. Alda is in fact some kind of abbreviation of his real name: Al  = Alfonso, Da = Dabruzzo.

    Alan Alda as captain Hawkeye Pierce in M.A.S.H. He has been one of the most prolific actors of all times. Not everybody knows that his real name is Alfonso D’Abruzzo. He never changed it. Alda is in fact some kind of abbreviation of his real name: Al = Alfonso, Da = Dabruzzo.

    — 3 days ago with 2 notes

    #alan alda  #mash 
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Rain In New York. Photo By David Hanjani

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    Rain In New York. Photo By David Hanjani

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    — 3 days ago with 104805 notes

    #new york 
    The beautiful actress Shirley Maclaine as Fran Kubelik in one of the most famous movies of all times: The Apartment. She was about to win an Oscar for her role in that movie, but as she later said… “I thought I would win for The Apartment, but then Elizabeth Taylor had a tracheotomy.”

    The beautiful actress Shirley Maclaine as Fran Kubelik in one of the most famous movies of all times: The Apartment. She was about to win an Oscar for her role in that movie, but as she later said… “I thought I would win for The Apartment, but then Elizabeth Taylor had a tracheotomy.”

    — 4 days ago with 2 notes

    #shirley maclaine  #fran kubelik  #the apartment 
    Buzz Aldrin, born Edwin Eugene Aldrin, was worldwide known for being the second person to walk on the surface of the Moon. The nickname “Buzz” was originated in his childhood. The younger of his two elder sisters (Fay Ann) mispronounced “brother” as “buzzer”, and this was shortened to Buzz. Curiously, Aldrin made it his legal first name in 1988.

    Buzz Aldrin, born Edwin Eugene Aldrin, was worldwide known for being the second person to walk on the surface of the Moon. The nickname “Buzz” was originated in his childhood. The younger of his two elder sisters (Fay Ann) mispronounced “brother” as “buzzer”, and this was shortened to Buzz. Curiously, Aldrin made it his legal first name in 1988.

    — 4 days ago

    #buzz aldrin  #edwin eugene aldrin  #moon  #apollo 11 
    Lisa Bonet as Denise Huxtable in one of the most iconic series of all times.

    Lisa Bonet as Denise Huxtable in one of the most iconic series of all times.

    — 4 days ago with 2 notes

    #lisa bonet  #denise huxtable  #the bill cosby show 

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