Crowd goes crazy when the
beat leg drops.
Best father/son photo to date. Pretty sure it’s also the best visual metaphor for how expensive a family vacation in Jamaica can be.
Cary Grant in “My Favorite Wife”, 1940.
“Ballet dancing,” LIFE magazine told its readers in 1936, “is a hard, steady, painstaking job.”
Seen through Alfred Eisenstaedt’s lens, it is also a singularly beautiful pursuit. See for yourself here.
(Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
The Unabomber’s cabin, sitting in an FBI storage facility on an airforce base in Sacramento, photographed by Richard Barnes. Sure looks out of its element; as Barnes says, “the cabin represents a particularly American ideal of rural self sufficiency and independence gone horribly awry”, and its context is sort of the opposite of that. I wonder if it still sits there, waiting.
In Le Petit Prince, Matej Peljhan captures the imagination of a 12 year old boy with muscular dystrophy though the magic of photography. Instead of using Photoshop, Matej created the illusion of flying by angling his shots from above while using a simple white sheet as a backdrop.
via Daily Mail