[Eiffel Tower, Paris, 1953] Born in Lyon, France, photographer Marc Riboud is best known for his extensive reports on the East. In 1957, he was one of the first European photographers ever to be allowed into China.
Marc Riboud, 1967 | This is among the most celebrated anti-war pictures. Shot in Washington, D.C. Riboud said of the photo, “I had the feeling the soldiers were more afraid of her than she was of the bayonets.”
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Marc Riboud - Dubrovnik, 1953
Marc Riboud (born 1923 Lyon, France) is a French photographer, best known for his extensive reports on the East: The Three Banners of China, Face of North Vietnam, Visions of China, and In China.
Marc Riboud - I'm not entirely sure what is going on but it looks like they're stretching? I wonder if this was staged at all but it's an effective shot that grabbed my attention. The dark clothing works well as it's what I look at first.
Eiffel Tower Paris 1964 Marc Riboud
Marc Riboud - Suburb of Paris, 1954
"Paris, May 1968" - Date of the largest general strike in France's history to date which brought the economy to a virtual standstill. Photo by Marc Riboud | http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/May_1968_protests_in_France