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Self Portraits by Noell S. Oszvald #photography

Self Portraits by Noell S. Oszval A very cool effect adding the transparent veil to the woman like a confining layer of some intangible nature.

I want crazy-Hunter Hayes

A man gives a woman a helping hand as she takes a flying leap over a large puddle on the pavement. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images). 1960 if only there were still chivalry like this.

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Innocence in Danger Campaign by Herezie, Paris, France. Client: Innocence in Danger. Sexual predators can hide in your child's smartphone.

Todos los hombres son dioses para su perro. Por eso hay gente que ama más a sus perros que a los hombres.  Aldous Huxley (1894-1963) Novelista, ensayista y poeta inglés.

Moment: Decisive- The girl in this photo acted decisively to rescue the dog and the photo is black & white and a portrait.

Good Mood Monday

Good Mood Monday

feel the rain.- I used to love going out in the rain in the summer so much fun. We're never to old to go out in the summer rain!

Taken in 1967 by Rocco Morabito, this is one of the most powerful photographs we’ve seen. Called the Kiss of Life photo, it shows a utility worker named J.D. Thompson giving mouth-to-mouth to co-worker Randall G. Champion after he went unconscious following contact with a high voltage line.    What’s even more incredible is Champion not only survived this thanks to Thompson, but he lived an extra 35 years. He died in 2002. Thompson is still alive today.

The Kiss of Life by Rocco Morabito. This 1967 award-winning photo entitled "Kiss of Life" shows two power linemen, Randall Champion and J. Thompson, at the top of a utility pole.

People think "beautiful" but I think "I finally found the girl with the sunshining out her ass that my friends keep telling me about!"

At times, she found peace writing her story in the Lake letting the water give her ideas.

Vivian Maier, Invisible Woman | American Photo

Rescued in a fluke from the dustbin of history, an unknown street photographer makes a remarkable posthumous journey from obscurity to acclaim

::::    PINTEREST.COM christiancross    :::: Lost in movement. | by Moeys Photography

In this image, the blur of people moving around in the crowd makes it look interesting, but it is also focusing on particular people who are standing, walking, moving in what looks like a busy area. A slow shutter speed is used in this image.