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Despite the winter weather the student in front is sticking with his saddle shoes as the boys hurry to class in Lakeville Kentucky.

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I have no idea what this link really goes to, but it would be a cute engagement photo - back to back reading books - NERD ALERT! Love that idea!

Inspiration, vintage Chatsworth photo collection

An entry from note to self

Penrhos school girls skating on the frozen Canal Pond during their occupation of Chatsworth House in the Second World War.

Wolkenbildung

Forced perspective is a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object appear farther away, closer, larger or smaller than it actually is. It is used primarily in photography, filmmaking and architecture. It manipulates human visual perception

A full moon rises behind the Empire State Building in New York in this view from Eagle Rock Reservation in West Orange, N.J., on Friday, April 6, 2012. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

PHOTOS: Moon Over Manhattan

A full moon rises behind the Empire State Building in New York in this view from Eagle Rock Reservation in West Orange, N., on Friday, April (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

Prep In Your Step: Tips For Incoming College Freshmen

21 Useful Things That’ll Make Next Semester So Much Better Prep In Your Step: Tips For Incoming College Freshmen

Natalia Semanova by Arthur Elgort

idreamofaworldofcouture: “Natalia Semanova photographed by Arthur Elgort 1999 ”

Recoleta - Buenos Aires

Recoleta - Buenos Aires

Hoy se cumplen 100 años del nacimiento de un fotógrafo francés, un fotógrafo de gente corriente que pasó más de 60 años de su vida retratando la vida cotidiana de su ciudad, París. Se trata de Robert Doisneau. Su última fotografía la tomo a la edad de 80 años, y se sumó a los más de 450.000 negativos que nos legó a todos, sin embargo por encima de todas esas fotografías, una ha pasado a convertirse en un icono del siglo XX. “Le baiser de l’Hôtel de Ville” o “El beso”.

Robert Doisneau: Le baiser de L’Hôtel de Ville, Paris (also known as “The Kiss”), 1950 “ There is scarcely a photograph of our times that has achieved the popularity of Robert Doisneau’s The Kiss in.

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