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natgeofound:

A cowgirl puts a nickel in an El Paso parking meter to hitch her pony, October 1939.Photograph by Luis Marden, National Geographic

natgeofound:

A cowgirl puts a nickel in an El Paso parking meter to hitch her pony, October 1939.
Photograph by Luis Marden, National Geographic

timelightbox:

Elliott Erwitt—Magnum
To commemorate Valentine’s Day in a unique and moving way, LightBox turned to Elliott Erwitt’s sprawling archive for inspiration.

timelightbox:

Elliott Erwitt—Magnum

To commemorate Valentine’s Day in a unique and moving way, LightBox turned to Elliott Erwitt’s sprawling archive for inspiration.

photumble:

Took this shot last year at the end of a night of Light-painting photography with a client from Adelaide and completely forgot about it. They really wanted to see how my it is done and what better way than showing them in one of my favourite locations here in the Shire!The photos from that shoot and subsequent shoots in Adelaide and the Flinders Ranges will be featured in upcoming exhibition in Adelaide in March and possibly Sydney in May. More details will follow soon!

photumble:

Took this shot last year at the end of a night of Light-painting photography with a client from Adelaide and completely forgot about it. They really wanted to see how my it is done and what better way than showing them in one of my favourite locations here in the Shire!

The photos from that shoot and subsequent shoots in Adelaide and the Flinders Ranges will be featured in upcoming exhibition in Adelaide in March and possibly Sydney in May. More details will follow soon!