Showing posts tagged with “photography”

snowce:

Andreas Feininger, Army Base, Brooklyn, New York, 1949

snowce:

Andreas Feininger, Army Base, Brooklyn, New York, 1949

(Source: firsttimeuser)

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brazilwonders:

Oscar Niemeyer

brazilwonders:

Oscar Niemeyer

tiny-witches:

John Delafield Cook, Eucalyptus ,2006

poetryconcrete:

Gas tanks, by Bernd and Hilla Becher, 1983-92.

poetryconcrete:

Gas tanks, by Bernd and Hilla Becher, 1983-92.

nevver:

But to be young was very heaven, Katrin Korfmann

nevver:

But to be young was very heaven, Katrin Korfmann

(Source: katrinkorfmann.com)

arquilatria:

SUMMER Peggy Guggenheim

arquilatria:

SUMMER
Peggy Guggenheim

the-native-soul:

Woman goes to the church in Arequipa - Peru by Rita Willaert on Flickr.

trevo4folhas:

art—gallery:

Islamic architecture

insatiabletraveler:

PHOTOS I WISH I HAD TAKEN
I’m a big fan of Timothy Allen’s work so expect to see more here from his portfolio down the road. I was immediately drawn to this image because it is so wonderfully tender yet incredibly powerful. This may have been taken in Papua New Guinea, but this moment I think is universal.
~Courship Ritual, Papua New Guinea

insatiabletraveler:

PHOTOS I WISH I HAD TAKEN

I’m a big fan of Timothy Allen’s work so expect to see more here from his portfolio down the road. I was immediately drawn to this image because it is so wonderfully tender yet incredibly powerful. This may have been taken in Papua New Guinea, but this moment I think is universal.

~Courship Ritual, Papua New Guinea

(Source: E-JACULATION)

editorialarchive:

Vogue Italia, September 1997

editorialarchive:

Vogue Italia, September 1997

earthlynation:

(via 500px / The Lizards Eye by Rob Dickinson)

therhumboogie:

By Tatiana Vinogradova, this appropriately haunting, dimly lit series of gorgeous portraits are of gay men in Russia and gives some of their experiences in a country that has shown some very hostile homophobic attitudes of late. If you click on each image or on the artists website, you can read some of the troubling, and deeply touching comments from the individuals in the images. 

“In Russia the level of intolerance toward homosexuality has been rising sharply. A 2013 survey found that 74% of Russians said homosexuality should not be accepted by society. 16% of Russians surveyed said that gay people should be isolated from society, 22% said they should be forced to undergo treatment, and 5% said homosexuals should be “liquidated”.”