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"The kiss - Couple in Penn Station, jan. 1943", photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt…

"The kiss - Couple in Penn Station, jan. 1943", photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt…

Comunicação sintética através de mensageiros instantâneos é a melhor forma de ser mal entendido e de não entender o que o outro quer dizer...   #comunicação #sociedade #tecnologia #tendências

Comunicação sintética através de mensageiros instantâneos é a melhor forma de ser mal entendido e de não entender o que o outro quer dizer... #comunicação #sociedade #tecnologia #tendências

La familia, Sebastiao Salgado

La familia, Sebastiao Salgado

Homem em busca de um emprego em 1930.

Homem em busca de um emprego em 1930.

juliacampbellgillies:  Julia Campbell-Gillies by Kent Andreasen

juliacampbellgillies: Julia Campbell-Gillies by Kent Andreasen

A policeman halts traffic for a group of women in the latest fashion, Beach Pajamas, circa 1933.

A policeman halts traffic for a group of women in the latest fashion, Beach Pajamas, circa 1933.

Richard Owen, who became director of London’s Museum of Natural History, was the first to recognise that a bone fragment he was shown in 1839 came from a large bird. When later sent collections of bird bones, he managed to reconstruct moa skeletons. In this photograph, published in 1879, he stands next to the largest of all moa, Dinornis maximus, while holding the first bone fragment he had examined 40 years earlier. Richard Owen, Memoirs on the extinct wingless birds of New Zealand, vol. 2.

How New Yorkers Became Convinced That Dinosaur Bones Were Buried in Central Park

Richard Owen, who became director of London’s Museum of Natural History, was the first to recognise that a bone fragment he was shown in 1839 came from a large bird. When later sent collections of bird bones, he managed to reconstruct moa skeletons. In this photograph, published in 1879, he stands next to the largest of all moa, Dinornis maximus, while holding the first bone fragment he had examined 40 years earlier. Richard Owen, Memoirs on the extinct wingless birds of New Zealand, vol. 2.

photo by Robert Doisneau

photo by Robert Doisneau

That's a PROPER headdress.  A vintage gallery of New York Balls and Galas. © Henri Cartier-Bresson / Magnum Photos

That's a PROPER headdress. A vintage gallery of New York Balls and Galas. © Henri Cartier-Bresson / Magnum Photos

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