by mario sorrenti 1995fashion photography of the nineties 
darkbeautymag:

Photographer: Yalda Pashai
dnphotographer:

One of my random shots out in NYC China Town.
Photo by: Daniel Nguyen
mroblivion:

ph h.c. bresson
interactivedesigninstitute:

Henri Cartier-Bresson, the father of modern photojournalism, famously declared,
“To photograph is to hold one’s breath, when all faculties converge to capture fleeting reality. It’s at that precise moment that mastering an image becomes a great physical and intellectual joy.”
wickerpark:

Shanghai 1948 (c) Henri Cartier-Bresson
de-salva:

Gustav Vigeland (Vigeland Museum and Park, Oslo, Norway)
Photo by Tine Berge

Gustav Vigeland: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gustav_Vigeland
mpdrolet:

Deaf Mute, New York, 1950
Louis Faurer
bornaaa:

Don’t Look Back by petertandlund on Flickr.
trenord-crush:

Early spring dawn thru a clouded up window.
trenord-crush:

Trav’ling lady, stay awhile 
Until the night is over. 
I’m just a station on your way, 
I know I’m not your lover. 
Well I lived with a child of snow 
When I was a soldier, 
And I fought every man for her 
Until the nights grew colder. 
She used to wear her hair like you 
Except when she was sleeping, 
And then she’d weave it on a loom 
Of smoke and gold and breathing. 
And why are you so quiet now 
Standing there in the doorway? 
You chose your journey long before 
You came upon this highway. 
Trav’ling lady stay awhile 
Until the night is over. 
I’m just a station on your way, 
I know I’m not your lover.