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lucreziaveleno:

1930s vintage Haute Couture Henri Manuel French photograph
luzfosca:

Viktor Kolář
From the series “Ostrava”
Thanks to firsttimeuser
musicalmelody:

I love hardanger fiddles. Not only do they sound awesome, but they are always so nicely decorated. 

musicalmelody:

I love hardanger fiddles. Not only do they sound awesome, but they are always so nicely decorated. 

(Source: corbisimages.com, via bachyou)

arabamolsamontgiymezdim:

Otto Bettmann

arabamolsamontgiymezdim:

Otto Bettmann

(via k-a-t-i-e-)

onlyoldphotography:

Bill Brandt: East End girl, doing the Lambeth Walk, c. 1936

onlyoldphotography:

Bill Brandt: East End girl, doing the Lambeth Walk, c. 1936

(via wishflowers)

m3zzaluna:

gypsy children playing violin in street, budapest, hungary, 1939
photo by william vandivert
m3zzaluna:

charleroi, belgium, 1957
photo by leonard freed/magnum photos

m3zzaluna:

charleroi, belgium, 1957

photo by leonard freed/magnum photos

(via yama-bato)

hellanne:

Student (by Lighthouse Keeperess)
suicidewatch:

A Certain Ratio

suicidewatch:

A Certain Ratio

(Source: silent-musings)

i12bent:

Hats off to Roy Harper, 71 today!

i12bent:

Hats off to Roy Harper, 71 today!

(via lushlight)

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1861, [Tintype portrait of Joseph Smith, with his tenor horn, of Evansville, Wisconsin, member of the 3rd Wisconsin Infantry band]
via the Wisconsin Historical Society, Edwin O. Kimberley: Regimental Band, 3rd Wisconsin Infantry Photographs Collection

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1861, [Tintype portrait of Joseph Smith, with his tenor horn, of Evansville, Wisconsin, member of the 3rd Wisconsin Infantry band]

via the Wisconsin Historical Society, Edwin O. Kimberley: Regimental Band, 3rd Wisconsin Infantry Photographs Collection


Afternoon light  | by yocca | via elorablue | manoelwilliams
supruntu:

maurice baquet et le violoncelle, c. 1950 • robert doisneau

supruntu:

maurice baquet et le violoncelle, c. 1950 • robert doisneau

(via slowleaner)