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SFMOMA to present New Topographics: Photographs of man-altered landscape Robert Adams (American, b. Mobile Homes, Jefferson County, Colorado, 1973

Alexander Gronsky - Less Than One

Alexander Gronsky - Less Than One


Wim Wenders ------ The colours in this image is what I really liked. The cool tones in the blue make the scene feel very cold, and the slight yellow in the building like a warm haven. I also like how it seemed empty and full

Sand Duned Home on the Once Great Plains 1936 (photo)

In the agricultural damage, coupled with drought and windstorms, resulted in the severe damage and destruction across the Plains states that became known as the Dust Bowl.

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National Association of Manufacturers' optimistic billboard on U. 99 shelters three homeless and destitute families of migrant laborers. November 1938 photo by Dorothea Lange.

Cover Reveal: Extraordinary Aventures by Daniel Wallace - On sale May 30, 2017! #CoverReveal

Genre: fiction Setting: Birmingham, also possibly Georgia (?), present day # of Pages: 336 Rating: The skinny: Delightfully funny and irreverent, but not without weight. The fat: Wallace manages to write a protagonist who is pathetic without.

1937 Ohio River flood Louisville KY

Ohio River in flood, Louisville, Kentucky Creator(s): Mydans, Carl, photographer United States. Date Created/Published: 1936 Mar.

William Eggleston

Lillian Seymour visited the Montreal Expo in This links to a whole collection of her awesome trip photos. Totally worth your time.

The First Photograph of a Human ”Boulevard Du Temple” [Paris, 1838] by Deguarre

Photograph by Louis Daguerre of the Boulevard du Temple, Paris. Taken late 1838 or The first ever photograph of people. (Towards the bottom left corner there is a man having his boots polished).



mária švarbová

mária švarbová (The Jealous Curator)