Storm Forced Trees No 8 Beech, 1996 by Tessa Traeger.
Constant exposure to salt-laden gusts has sculpted these trees into portraits of the wind itself, becoming expressive of the Atlantic gales that formed them.
A young boy dressed in a sailor suit talking to two Grenadier Guards in a park, 8th June 1925.
Photograph by E. Bacon /Topical Press Agency/Getty Images
Morton Bay fig tree, shot in Beverly Hills and the Ghirardelli sign and the trolleys in San Francisco.
Photo(s) by Thomas Barbèy
East Meets West. Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong 1963.
Photograph by Fan Ho
Asciano, Siena 1961
Photo by Gianni Berengo Gardin
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, 1960’s. Photo by Fritz Henle
A visitor in front of The Last Judgement, 1617 painted by Peter Paul Rubens
Members of the Australian Women’s Army Service (AWAS) give “eyes right” as they pass the saluting base during the Service Womens march through the city. In the foreground a small girl with an Australian flag over her shoulder watches the march.
Maker: Herald Newspaper, 1942 (source Australian War Memorial’s collection)
La maison noire, East Hampton, New York, 1964. Photograph by Jeanloup Sieff
Beware of the old dark house
On the hill stands bleak and chill;
Sounds and sights it does fill
Stay out of that house.
~ Poem by Timothy
Wenda Parkinson and Barbara Goalen on the steps of Londons National Gallery wearing the New Look in Hardy Amies and Edward Molyneux designs.
for Vogue, March 1949. Photo by Norman Parkinson
Tram passing the Kremlin on a rainy day.
Photograph by Lisa Larsen, c.1956
“Just up, Hecla Shaft No. 2.” Copper miners topside. Calumet, Michigan, circa 1905.
(via Shorpy.com. Source Detroit Publishing Company Collection)
“Banyan Tree in the Morning.”
by Donghai Xia, China 2012
Analog Microphone by Alex Alexander
Brigitte Bardot, surrounded by a mob of photographers, London, 1959.
Credit Image: Keystone Pictures
B&W image of a Buchla modular synthesizer.