Robert Doisneau - "The marvels of daily life are exciting; no movie director can arrange the unexpected that you find in the street"

Musician in the Rain Maurice Baquet Paris 1957 by Robert Doisneau

¡Feliz el hombre a quien el Señor no le tiene en cuenta las culpas, y en cuyo espíritu no hay doblez!

We are the conductors of our lives. When we learn the subtle art of living, we get to enjoy the beautiful symphony of life.

Robert Doisneau Neige à New York Maurice Baquet en 1960 Photo

Robert Doisneau Neige à New York - Maurice Baquet en 1960

French cellist Maurice Baquet during New York snow storm – Robert Doisneau 1960

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luzfosca: “ Robert Doisneau La partition, 1959 Thanks to wonderfulambiguity ”

© Pennie Smith - Even if you don’t know Pennie Smith by name, we can pretty much guarantee you’ve appreciated her work. Yes, she’s responsible for the image above, taken at New York’s Palladium in 1979, which graces the cover of The Clash’s London Calling.

10 Rock Photographers You Should Know

18 The Clash London Calling The best record to come out of punk. In this double album, The Clash fused their rockabilly roots with their love of reggae,This was the album that legitimised punk into the rock canon. Its iconic cover, and songs abou

A Street Musician And A Little Girl

10+ Of The Most Heartwarming Historic Photos Ever

A girl dances on the melody of a street musician

Robert Doisneau

Robert Doisneau's photo of mountaineer, actor and renowned cellist Maurice Baquet, circa ( The first Sony Walkman proto-type for personal music pleasure while skiing)

Musique - Violoncelle - Doisneau

luzfosca: “ Robert Doisneau La partition, 1959 Thanks to wonderfulambiguity ”

Doisneau (via Weimar)

Robert Doisneau Dans le métro, 1958 a cello! everything is better with cello!

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Photo by Jeanloup Sieff - Paris 1985 (Woman with Cello). One day, I will play again.

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