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Oh, I LOVE how the photographer captured these colors!! Almost looks like an oil painting from far away...  Rain on the window pane, looking out of the hospital or a car.. It doesn't matter the rain was one thing that calmed all the patients....

A set of photographs by Saul Leiter (1923-2013)

Oh, I LOVE how the photographer captured these colors!! Almost looks like an oil painting from far away... Rain on the window pane, looking out of the hospital or a car.. It doesn't matter the rain was one thing that calmed all the patients....

Thorsten von Overgaard by Eric Kim

Thorsten von Overgaard by Eric Kim

THORSTEN OVERGAARD Official Homepage since 1996 - Danish feature writer and photographer Thorsten Overgaard

THORSTEN OVERGAARD Official Homepage since 1996 - Danish feature writer and photographer Thorsten Overgaard

people walking down the street

people walking down the street

“Clothes and the Car at the Theatre”, photo by Cecil Beaton for Vogue, 1927.

“Clothes and the Car at the Theatre”, photo by Cecil Beaton for Vogue, 1927.

New York, 10 September 1955 C Vivian Maier Maloof Collection Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery New York

New York, 10 September 1955 C Vivian Maier Maloof Collection Courtesy Howard Greenberg Gallery New York

Joseph Koudelka returned from a project shooting gypsies in Romania just two days before the Soviet invasion, in August 1968. He witnessed and recorded the military forces of the Warsaw Pact as they invaded Prague and crushed the Czech reforms. Koudelka's negatives were smuggled out of Prague into the hands of the Magnum agency, and published anonymously in The Sunday Times Magazine under the initials P. P. (Prague Photographer) for fear of reprisal to him and his family.

Joseph Koudelka returned from a project shooting gypsies in Romania just two days before the Soviet invasion, in August 1968. He witnessed and recorded the military forces of the Warsaw Pact as they invaded Prague and crushed the Czech reforms. Koudelka's negatives were smuggled out of Prague into the hands of the Magnum agency, and published anonymously in The Sunday Times Magazine under the initials P. P. (Prague Photographer) for fear of reprisal to him and his family.

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