Another of the “Minimal apartment” aka waiting for movers, series.
black and white
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I was backpacking post-graduation through Europe when on a whim in Barcelona I decided to try a random exhibit at the Center Cultural Caixa, and it was Sebastião Salgado’s focus on refugees. The power of those black and white images still hit me today - and it was the moment where photography turned from touristic documentation to something that reflects the inner soul of the photographer - and put me on a lifetime journey to appreciate the art better. I haven’t thought about Salgado’s work too much in recent years, but now I wonder why - the man’s an absolute legend.
Totally in love with this Tumblr. Follow follow follow please. I love this city.
Our Grand Central sortie.
Sean Lennon has a great blog. Thanks, Matt.
August 25 - Liberation of Paris
After an uprising by the French Resistance and days of street fighting, Paris was liberated by Allied forces from the Germans on August 25, 1944.
The World Wars is our modern epic, the stuff of myths and legends . 67 years - that’s not so long ago, is it?
I’m on a horse. (another Mom production).