1. ysvoice:


| ♕ |  La strada - Terre Senesi, Tuscany  | by © Luigi Cavasin

via ysvoice : xnggs025

    ysvoice:

    | La strada - Terre Senesi, Tuscany  | by © Luigi Cavasin

    via ysvoice : xnggs025

  2. madaeli26:

by Tamara Patrejeva

    madaeli26:

    by Tamara Patrejeva

  3. scanzen:

The Santa Fe’s all new Super Chief daily all-pullman streamliner between Chicago and Los Angeles ascends the grade near the old Dick Wooton Ranch at Wooton, Colorado. In: Railway Locomotive And Cars, January, 1954.

    scanzen:

    The Santa Fe’s all new Super Chief daily all-pullman streamliner between Chicago and Los Angeles ascends the grade near the old Dick Wooton Ranch at Wooton, Colorado. In: Railway Locomotive And Cars, January, 1954.

  4. burnedshoes:

© Alexander Alland, 1938, Untitled (Brooklyn Bridge)
A game of hopscotch. A toothpaste ad. Filthy slums. This, for better or worse, was New York life in the 1930s. Many looked but few saw until the Photo League—a pioneering group of young, idealistic documentary photographers—captured that life with cameras.
The Manhattan-based League, which incorporated a school, darkroom, gallery and salon, was the first institution of its kind when it was founded in 1936 says Mason Klein, curator of fine arts at The Jewish Museum, which is currently presenting “The Radical Camera” (on display through March 25, 2012), an exhibition in collaboration with the Columbus Museum of Art in Ohio.
“There was nothing like the Photo League, where people could exhibit their work, students alongside their mentors, be taught a kind of history of photography and start understanding what the meaning of the photograph might be.” (read more)

    burnedshoes:

    © Alexander Alland, 1938, Untitled (Brooklyn Bridge)

    A game of hopscotch. A toothpaste ad. Filthy slums. This, for better or worse, was New York life in the 1930s. Many looked but few saw until the Photo League—a pioneering group of young, idealistic documentary photographers—captured that life with cameras.

    The Manhattan-based League, which incorporated a school, darkroom, gallery and salon, was the first institution of its kind when it was founded in 1936 says Mason Klein, curator of fine arts at The Jewish Museum, which is currently presenting “The Radical Camera” (on display through March 25, 2012), an exhibition in collaboration with the Columbus Museum of Art in Ohio.

    “There was nothing like the Photo League, where people could exhibit their work, students alongside their mentors, be taught a kind of history of photography and start understanding what the meaning of the photograph might be.” (read more)

  5. Huangshan (Yellow Mountains) (by Aaron D. Feen)

    Huangshan (Yellow Mountains) (by Aaron D. Feen)

    (Source: mhel02)

  6. luzfosca:

Yvan Dalain
Le petit train, 1950s

    luzfosca:

    Yvan Dalain

    Le petit train, 1950s

  7. dazzlingagony:

Carved cliffs on the Na Pali coast in Kauai (by -bos[s]-)

    dazzlingagony:

    Carved cliffs on the Na Pali coast in Kauai (by -bos[s]-)

  8. (Source: asaya)

  9. m3zzaluna:

andré kertész, carrefour, blois, 1930

    m3zzaluna:

    andré kertész, carrefour, blois, 1930

  10. m3zzaluna:

lisbon street scene with tramcar, estremadura, portugal
photo by w. robert moore

    m3zzaluna:

    lisbon street scene with tramcar, estremadura, portugal

    photo by w. robert moore

  11. magicalnaturetour:

Photographer pnp1953 :)

    magicalnaturetour:

    Photographer pnp1953 :)

  12. dazzlingagony:

Uchisar, Turkiye by Quim Granell.

    dazzlingagony:

    Uchisar, Turkiye by Quim Granell.

    (Source: scentofapassion)

  13. llbwwb:

Whale in Motion, from above (via Wild Animals in Motion | Smashing Picture)

    llbwwb:

    Whale in Motion, from above (via Wild Animals in Motion | Smashing Picture)