Rachel, age 10, 2 years after the liberation from Auschwitz, in her family's New York City apartment, 1947

A beautiful black and white Portrait of a sweet kid behind the doors is just so adorable. The hairs of the girl are very well placed and the texture of an old door can be seen in black and white combination.

In an attempt to control the rampant prostitution in New Orleans in the early 1900′s, the City Council legalized prostitution in 1898 in a 38-block area of the French Corner. Dubbed, “Storyville,” after the council member who proposed the idea; the area remained a red light district until 1917. Photographer E.J. Bellocq, secretly documented the prostitutes in Storyville and later published them in a book "E.J. Bellocq Storyville Portraits".

The 1912 Storyville Prostitutes from New Orleans (NSFW)

Prostitutes Portraits From The Dark Side Of New Orleans Photographer John Ernest Joseph Bellocq

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This picture is perfect the lines of the stairs guides the viewer to the focal point that is the light. The mystery about this picture is that the stairs is leading to Heaven

Une photographe capture de magnifiques bulles de savon gelées

Une photographe capture de magnifiques bulles de savon gelées

Washington-based photographer Angela Kelly captured these breathtaking images of soap bubbles freezing at for her "Life in a bubble" series. "Living in the Pacific Northwest and surrounded by such beauty, she feels it is her duty to share it

Vincent Bourilhon transforme la Réalité banale en Aventures extraordinaires (10)

Vincent Bourilhon transforme la Réalité banale en Aventures extraordinaires

Exposition au Grand Palais - 1909 | PARIS 1914

❤ One of my favorite things: Hot Air Balloons. The first air show at the Grand Palais in Paris, France. September Photographed in Autochrome Lumière by Léon Gimpel.

Robert Doisneau workshop | Virtual Galleries Doisneau photographs - Snow

Robert Doisneau-La tour Eiffel sous la neige, Paris ( Paris in the snow, yes please.

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