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Lera Lynn - Lately - YouTube

Lera Lynn - Lately - YouTube

Sara K Byrne Tutorial on double exposures

Sara K Byrne Tutorial on double exposures

Photography by Lissy Elle

Photography by Lissy Elle

And So I Watch You From Afar – All Hail Bright Futures

And So I Watch You From Afar – All Hail Bright Futures

20 vintage rock star photos. Imagine being famous before cell phones, digital cameras, etc.

20 vintage rock star photos. Imagine being famous before cell phones, digital cameras, etc.

Kevin Carter a Famous Photographer (1960 -1994) Born in Johannesburg, Carter was an award-winning South African photojournalist.

Kevin Carter a Famous Photographer (1960 -1994) Born in Johannesburg, Carter was an award-winning South African photojournalist.

16. Pictured here in this famous photograph we see a Jewish man, kneeling before a pit filled with bodies, about to be shot by a German soldier. This photograph was found among a German soldier’s photo album, and on the back was written the title “The Last Jew of Vinnitsa”.

16. Pictured here in this famous photograph we see a Jewish man, kneeling before a pit filled with bodies, about to be shot by a German soldier. This photograph was found among a German soldier’s photo album, and on the back was written the title “The Last Jew of Vinnitsa”.

Ali and the Beatles

Ali and the Beatles

Ian Hoskin born 1955, Newcastle.  From the series Defaced. These images are of old, decaying, defaced, weather-beaten posters on walls in both urban and rural areas of Southern India. With a population in India of 1.25 Billion, having your image on a wall means you are, for whatever reason even if only temporarily, important. Regarding these faded and defaced faces acts for me as a momento mori: No matter how famous we all end up slipping back one way or another into obscurity.

Ian Hoskin born 1955, Newcastle. From the series Defaced. These images are of old, decaying, defaced, weather-beaten posters on walls in both urban and rural areas of Southern India. With a population in India of 1.25 Billion, having your image on a wall means you are, for whatever reason even if only temporarily, important. Regarding these faded and defaced faces acts for me as a momento mori: No matter how famous we all end up slipping back one way or another into obscurity.