#tbt that time in 2010 when hung out with and ended up unexpectedly photographing @amandalepore in her apartment.
I wanted to come up with something clever to say here.. but I think this is one of those instances when photos are worth thousands of words.
1956- Gordon Parks documented the everyday lives of an extended black family living in rural Alabama under Jim Crow segregation for Life magazine’s photo-essay “The Restraints: Open and Hidden.” (via)
these are so beautiful and so haunting and so fucked up
Smile of a Life: Chine 2014, Wase, province du Yunnan © André Alessio
Trying to decide if it’s a good idea to let my boy bring his drone to my loft for a shoot…. by @quillvellum “Early morning texts with the homey. // #DroneLife” via @PhotoRepost_app
Oh you rapping on this ? I bet you thought that you would body this … You’re messing up a classic like you did with the karate kid…
by @jaredmfullerton “Photograph I took of two of the greatest photographers @kareemblack & @meldcole_villageslum .” via @PhotoRepost_app
The evolution of the warrior.
From top to bottom:
Greek warrior - 600 BC.
Roman Centurion - 100 BC.
Persian warrior - 6th century.
Viking warriors - 10th century.
Samurai warrior - 16th century.
Continental Army soldiers - 1775 / The American Revolutionary War.
German Wehrmacht soldier - 1940 / Second world war.
U.S Army soldier - Korean war / Vietnam war.
U.S Army soldier - Afghanistan war / 2014.
Polish special forces / GROM - 2014.