notwithstanding the foregoing

in any given set, i will like the most ridiculous or surreal example. i like bright colors and shiny things. i do off-broadway theater, and think about it often. also slightly obsessed with television, music, feminism, knitting, politics. and hello kitty. #alpacaexpert
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Posts tagged "street photography"

timelightbox:

London Bus No. 188. Russell Square to North Greenwich.

Photographer George Georgiou hopped on London’s public bus system to document the outer reaches of his home city for his series ‘Invisible: London.’

See more photos here.

unypl:

he is reading “A Guide to the Selected Poems of T. S. Eliot,” by B.C. Southam. she is reading “Selected Poems,” by T. S. Eliot.

Read A Guide to the Selected Poems of T. S. Eliot I Read Selected Poems

educational.

this is a beautiful answer for so many reasons. many of them have nothing to do with photography.

msavignon:

LIFE doesn’t allow for photo sharing but you should click the link and go through the pics. Fabulous and terrible clothes for a fabulous and terrible decade.

14th st late last night

istillshootfilm:

“Frank Oscar Larson was an auditor living in Queens back in the 1950s who had a passion for street photography. Every weekend he would travel around the city armed with his Rolleiflex camera, photographing the things that caught his eye. After Larson died of a stroke at the age of 68 in 1964, his photographs quietly sat in a cardboard box for 45 years before finally being discovered by his son’s widow in 2009.”

These are gorgeous photos by an “amateur” photographer.

I used to work in this building!  (It was the Victoria, the the Belasco, also the Republic at some point, and then the Victory, and now the NEW Victory. Awesome old theater.)
This photoset of 1900s New York is beautiful.  I got it from someone here on Tumblr, but I can’t remember who… 

I used to work in this building!  (It was the Victoria, the the Belasco, also the Republic at some point, and then the Victory, and now the NEW Victory. Awesome old theater.)

This photoset of 1900s New York is beautiful.  I got it from someone here on Tumblr, but I can’t remember who…