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Vers une réhabilitation du Magdalénien supérieur et de sa culture dans la dialectique post-constructiviste.

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(Source: revolvver)

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These screenshots were taken from this fantastic youtube video of Garry Winogrand and posted with permission from Michael Engler, who produced it. His short video with Joel Meyerowitz is also very interesting.
Mr. Engler has clips with other photographers as well which you can see on his site or his youtube stream, or a DVD of his collected films.  These videos are extraordinarily valuable records for the history of photography. 

tokyo-camera-style:

These screenshots were taken from this fantastic youtube video of Garry Winogrand and posted with permission from Michael Engler, who produced it. His short video with Joel Meyerowitz is also very interesting.

Mr. Engler has clips with other photographers as well which you can see on his site or his youtube stream, or a DVD of his collected films.  These videos are extraordinarily valuable records for the history of photography. 

May
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Instant crush on Ernst Haas’ Meisterstück (via Photo Forager)

Instant crush on Ernst Haas’ Meisterstück (via Photo Forager)

Nov
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Despite that, I leave the MacBook running — it’s doing the only thing I still need it for on a regular basis.

It’s ripping DVDs.

Oct
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A few hours later… (Taken with instagram)

A few hours later… (Taken with instagram)

Oct
29th
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One dead, three wounded, and I almost lost an eye, but I got it! (Taken with instagram)

One dead, three wounded, and I almost lost an eye, but I got it! (Taken with instagram)

Oct
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Another normal Friday at the office… (Taken with instagram)

Another normal Friday at the office… (Taken with instagram)

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Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma — which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.
— Steven P. Jobs (1955—2011)