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Gorst, Vern C. : Girl in midair during a swan dive into a lake, from the viewpoint of diving platform, probably Washington State, ca. © University of Washington Libraries / Vintage Movement

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Trying to make a phone call with the kids jamming into the phone booth too :: Helen Levitt, New York 1982 ::

Crescere è accumulare. È ricchezza. È il succedersi delle esperienze. Se si ricorda di non dimenticare le trafitture di delusioni o i dubbi, è quell’arte meravigliosa di imparare che, fino alla fine, può mantenerci umani, può spalancare i cancelli che separano un’età dall’altra e rendono così dolorosi i passaggi... Cercare lo stupore... Nessuno sa, di quelli che credono di sapere. Tutto è ancora possibile... Lidia Ravera

Jirí Jíru Swinging grannies, Slovakia, 1966 From “Poetry of Totalitarian Regime”, Prague. Not so sure that they are happy to be living in a totalitarian regime. Maybe they are just happy to be together.

Reflection jumping | Unknown Source

My sister-in-laws and I always jump into the lake like this. We HAVE to get a picture

An. Circuses. Balancing Act. A seal puts on a show by balancing a doll before young viewers at a performance of the Krone Circus in Aachen, Germany.  Date published: 1962-07-17. Date Taken: 1962-07-16

Strange B&W Photo - 1933 - of seal balancing a baby doll at the circus while amazed children look on.

Helmut Newton

Oniric, dreamlike and surrealist picture of a model on an airplane. Vintage looking color palette.

Georgia Coleman: OLYMPIC GAMES: 1928 silver (platform), bronze (springboard); 1932 gold (springboard), silver (platform); first woman to do a 2½ somersault in competition; U.S. NATIONAL Diving Titles: 1929 through 1933 won all but one title.    Georgia had been diving six months when she made the1928 Olympic team and placed both on springboard and Tower.  Considered the first to combine the men's acrobatic strength with the women's grace and beauty.  It all adds up to skill and Georgia had…

Georgia Coleman: OLYMPIC GAMES: 1928 silver (platform), bronze (springboard); 1932 gold (springboard), silver (platform); first woman to do a 2½ somersault in competition; U.S. NATIONAL Diving Titles: 1929 through 1933 won all but one title. Georgia had been diving six months when she made the1928 Olympic team and placed both on springboard and Tower. Considered the first to combine the men's acrobatic strength with the women's grace and beauty. It all adds up to skill and Georgia had…

great dof and neg space

Steve Schapiro, Three Men, New York, 1961 Born in New York City in Steve Schapiro agraduated from Bard College. Schapiro’s photographs were included in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s

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