Spherical Balloons, April 17, 1912, Hybrid Solar Eclipse
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Spherical Balloons, April 17, 1912, Hybrid Solar Eclipse

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A total solar eclipse occurred on April 17, 1912
Eclipse, Paris. - Terre-plein de la place de la Bastille en direction de la rue Saint-Antoine, April 17, 1912, Eugene Atget

A total solar eclipse occurred on April 17, 1912

Eclipse, Paris. - Terre-plein de la place de la Bastille en direction de la rue Saint-Antoine, April 17, 1912, Eugene Atget

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Anonymous snapshot
from the Visual Studies Workshop Photographic Print Archive
Happy Birthday, Ilse Bing (23 March 1899 – 10 March 1998)
Self Portrait with Leica, 1931, Ilse Bing

Happy Birthday, Ilse Bing (23 March 1899 – 10 March 1998)

Self Portrait with Leica, 1931, Ilse Bing

teethascompass:

From the series ‘Orientation’ | Gabor Kerekes

teethascompass:

From the series ‘Orientation’ | Gabor Kerekes

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Gábor Kerekes: from the ‘Stars’ series
Eugène Atget
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Eugène Atget

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Jean-Eugène-Auguste Atget
Fête du Trône, 1925

Art Institute of Chicago
Jean-Eugène-Auguste Atget
Fête du Trône, 1925
Happy Birthday, Eugène Atget (12 February 1857 – 4 August 1927)

Happy Birthday, Eugène Atget (12 February 1857 – 4 August 1927)

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James Barone
Italian Con Man
Arrested in Rochester, NY in 1913

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Happy Birthday, Vivian Maier (February 1, 1926– April 21, 2009)
Brain Pickings

Happy Birthday, Vivian Maier (February 1, 1926– April 21, 2009)

Brain Pickings

Barefoot Boy with Camels Backdrop - Tintype by Photo_History - Here but not Happy on Flickr.

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Frederick H. Evans (British, 1853-1943) TR. SEC. SPINE OF ECHINUS. X.55, 1887, Gelatin silver print, George Eastman House Collection
In celebration of the season and the upcoming winter solstice, we invite you to enjoy this beautiful image of a snowflake. Actually, it’s not really a snowflake…It’s a photo-micrograph (or a photograph made through a microscope) of the spine of an echinus, or sea urchin. Photomicrography is a method that Frederick Evans experimented with early in his career that foreshadows his obsession with beauty in the structure of things, both organic and man-made. This photograph is part of a George Eastman House traveling exhibition, Ideal Forms: Photographs by Frederick H. Evans, that features an entire album of Evans’s photo-micrographs.

eastmanhouse:

Frederick H. Evans (British, 1853-1943) TR. SEC. SPINE OF ECHINUS. X.55, 1887, Gelatin silver print, George Eastman House Collection

In celebration of the season and the upcoming winter solstice, we invite you to enjoy this beautiful image of a snowflake. Actually, it’s not really a snowflake…It’s a photo-micrograph (or a photograph made through a microscope) of the spine of an echinus, or sea urchin. Photomicrography is a method that Frederick Evans experimented with early in his career that foreshadows his obsession with beauty in the structure of things, both organic and man-made. This photograph is part of a George Eastman House traveling exhibition, Ideal Forms: Photographs by Frederick H. Evans, that features an entire album of Evans’s photo-micrographs.