André Kertész: Puddle, Empire State Building, 1967

tytusjaneta: Andre KerteszEmpire State Building in a Puddle, New York City, 1967 via

Andre Kertesz: Don't be afraid to see the ordinary in an extraordinary way

André Kertész: Tokyo, 1968 makes me think of Marry Poppins when all the nannies line up for the job.

Andre Kertesz (Image taken from “Andre Kertesz: J’aime Paris, Photographs Since the Twenties,” New York: Grossman, 1974)

André Kertész (Image taken from “André Kertész: J’aime Paris, Photographs Since the Twenties,” New York: Grossman, (from theshipthatflew: via Manhattan Rare Books)

ENDLESS PATH:   If I did not love you and you did not love me, would it better either of us any good? But, if I loved you and you loved me, then whatever comes to be, best should!  ~ddl    Photo by Andre Kertesz

André Kertész, Washington Square, Winter, 1954 / From the Cleveland Museum of Art: he pioneered the use of a small, handheld camera to capture events as they happened.

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