Henri Cartier-Bresson: Subida
Unique Angle: I like this picture because the ant eye view emphasizes the curvature of the stairs and allows for each of the faces to be seen from the front. Shutter speed: 1000 Aperture: f2
chivalry / 1960. EXCUSE ME??? I WOULD NOT JUMP OVER A PUDDLE IN HIGH HEELS! HE CAN PICK ME UP AND CARRY ME! NOW THAT WOULD BE CHIVALROUS!
by Henry Cartier-Bresson
kvetchlandia: “Henri Cartier-Bresson Famous Delicatessen, Brooklyn, New York 1947 ”
This is a photo by Henri Cartier Bresson. It inspires me because I love photography, and I really appreciate his work. Its all in black and white and of very ordinary subjects. It proves that anything can be art.
Black & White... brings colour in your life ;-)
Bavaria. Aschaffenburg. West Germany, 1962. by Henri Cartier-Bresson
Love, love, love this photo. Henri Cartier-Bresson. Paris, 1960s.