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Frederic Bourret - Frédéric Bourret is a largely self-taught artist, whose talents were developed during his time residing in New York.

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"This is what I am going for with my design; the idea of light casting shadows of a beautiful pattern" This photo is just brilliant.

Incredible pictures of late 1800's New York by Jacob Riis.

BANDITS’ ROOST, NYC

Bandit’s Roost by Jacob Riis, from “How the Other Half Lives.” Bandit’s Roost, at Mulberry Street (Mulberry Bend), was the most crime-ridden, dangerous part of all New York City. I love the hats!

Recueillement

♂ Black and white light ray in dark "Sheykh Lotf Allah Mosque" by safa pirshiri

Eiffel Tower

My two favorite things; Paris, France and Rain! "Actually, Paris is the most beautiful in the rain." -Midnight in Paris

1941 Empire State. Taken from NJ using a homemade telephoto lens. Andreas Feininger photo. Lumas

New York City - Empire State Building, 1941 - by Andreas Feininger

The clock tower of Finale Emilia (near Ferrara), after the earthquake in the Italian Emilia-Romagna region. Is it half-time?

Alfred Eisenstaedt, Paris, 1963

Children with various range of expressions watching story of St. George and the dragon at the puppet theater in the Tuileries. LIFE Magazine.

Children at a puppet Theatre watching St. George and the Dragon story; photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, Tuileries, Paris, 1963 I love black and white photography precisely because it can capture an expression you can't describe with words.

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