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If you can't figure out your purpose, figure out your passion. For your passion will lead you right into your purpose. | T.D. Jakes

Miss Moss · Compendium of Radness

Miss Moss is a means of curating and sharing my love for visual treasures – especially in the creative fields of fashion, art, design and photography.

A German World War II prisoner, released by the Soviet Union, is reunited with his daughter. The child had not seen her father since she was one year old. 40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken
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40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken

A moving collection of iconic photographs from the last 100 years that demonstrate the heartbreak of loss, the tremendous power of loyalty, and the triumph of the human spirit. Warning: Some of these will make you weep.

Robert Doisneau. I adore all his Paris work, it's timeless and so emotive, evocative of another time.

Spécialiste des RolleiFlex d'Avant-Guerre - AVANT-GUERRE

Dorothea Lange... Amazing Depression-Era Photographer... #OneWomanCanCanada @Mary Kay Canada #Inspiration

Photographer Profile ~ Dorothea Lange

"Photography takes an instant out of time, altering life by holding it still." ~ Dorothea Lange Dorothea Lange was the most influential documentary photographer between 1930-1950. Dorothea Nutzhorn (Lange) was born in Hoboken, New Jersey, on 26th May, 1895. At the age of seven, Dorothea contracted polio which left her with a permanent limp. After her German born father abandoned the family, Dorothea assumed her mother's maiden name. Lange studied at the New York Training School for Teachers…

Little photographer (I'm repinning because it's cute but probably photoshopped, just research and you'll see what I mean)

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railroad - this is simply a stunning photograph - love everything about it

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Anton Corbijn by Stephan Vanfleteren. Makes me wonder if Corbijn ever took a photo of Vanfleteren...

Anton Corbijn by Stephan Vanfleteren. Makes me wonder if Corbijn ever took a photo of Vanfleteren...

"In Memory of the Late Mr. & Mrs. Comfort: A Fable in 24 Episodes" - Nadja Auermann by Richard Avedon

Editorials: "In Memory of the Late Mr. & Mrs. Comfort: A Fable in 24 Episodes" - Nadja Auermann by Richard Avedon

(click on the photos to see them in HQ) [via Alafoto] Easily one of the best editorials I have ever seen.

ansel adams with a contax camera by edward weston

Ansel Adams [1936]

Ansel Adams [1936] by Selkie~gal on Indulgy.com

wandrlust:  Margaret Bourke-White working at the top of the Chrysler Building, New York, New York, 1935.

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Limit everything to the essential, but do not remove the poetry. Dieter Rams

Henry Cartier Bresson

Cartier Bresson

Io sottoscritto Henri Cartier-Bresson, domiciliato al 198 di rue de Rivoli, Parigi, dichiaro quanto segue. Ho sempre firmato e dedicato le stampe di mie fotografie a coloro ai quali intendevo donarle; tutte le altre stampe che recano solamente timbri o etichette «Magnum Photos» o il mio nome «Henri Cartier-Bresson» sono di mia proprietà. Tutti coloro che detenessero queste stampe non potranno invocare la buona fede".

On this day in 1980, we lost the "King of Cool." So in his memory, today's second über-cool celebrity with an über-cool camera: STEVE McQUEEN and his Zenza Bronica medium format roll-film camera!

Tom Schopper on Twitter

“Next über-cool celebrity with an über-cool camera: STEVE McQUEEN and his Zenza Bronica medium format roll-film camera!”

The Photojournalist by Andreas Feininger, wikipedia: This iconic portrait of Magnum photographer Dennis Stock holding a Leica SM vertically and looking through a separate TEWE viewfinder became so identified with photojournalism that it was used by LIFE for the cover of their book, 'What They Saw'. iconicphotos.word... #Portrait #Photojournalist #Andreas_Feininger

The Photojournalist by Andreas Feininger, wikipedia: This iconic portrait of Magnum photographer Dennis Stock holding a Leica SM vertically and looking through a separate TEWE viewfinder became so identified with photojournalism that it was used by LIFE for the cover of their book, 'What They Saw'. iconicphotos.word... #Portrait #Photojournalist #Andreas_Feininger

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orgullo de los Venezolanos, esta imagen gano un Pulitzer, muy a pesar, lo terrible del momento del Porteñazo

40 Of The Most Powerful Photographs Ever Taken

A moving collection of iconic photographs from the last 100 years that demonstrate the heartbreak of loss, the tremendous power of loyalty, and the triumph of the human spirit. Warning: Some of these will make you weep.

Credit: Dennis Stock/Magnum Photos Louis Armstrong's last moment of concentration in the wings before performing in Philadelphia in 1958

Dennis Stock: the photographer who made America cool

Here are Dennis Stock’s best images of American life in the time of Woodstock, from stage invasions to Planet of the Apes fanatics and an unknown James Dean in Times Square