Eva Coil
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Che classe!

Che classe!

Audrey Hepburn no camarim de Ondine por Mark Shaw, 1954

Audrey Hepburn no camarim de Ondine por Mark Shaw, 1954

Kiss of Life  Rocco Morabito of Jacksonville Journal for his photograph, “The Kiss of Life”.  Spot News Photography 1968  Apprentice lineman J.D. Thompson is breathing life into the mouth of another apprentice lineman, Randall G. Champion, who hangs unconscious after receiving a jolt of high voltage electricity. Photographer Rocco Morabito was driving in Jacksonville on West 26th Street in July 1967 on another assignment when he documented the event.

Kiss of Life Rocco Morabito of Jacksonville Journal for his photograph, “The Kiss of Life”. Spot News Photography 1968 Apprentice lineman J.D. Thompson is breathing life into the mouth of another apprentice lineman, Randall G. Champion, who hangs unconscious after receiving a jolt of high voltage electricity. Photographer Rocco Morabito was driving in Jacksonville on West 26th Street in July 1967 on another assignment when he documented the event.

Audrey Hepburn in "Roman Holiday" (1953). Don't do it, Princess...the long hair is much more becoming!! (Too late.)

Audrey Hepburn in "Roman Holiday" (1953). Don't do it, Princess...the long hair is much more becoming!! (Too late.)

ca. 1860’s, [carte de visite portrait of a bearded lady], Wenderoth & Co.  via Cornell University, “Dawn’s Early Light: The First 50 Years of American Photography” Exhibition

ca. 1860’s, [carte de visite portrait of a bearded lady], Wenderoth & Co. via Cornell University, “Dawn’s Early Light: The First 50 Years of American Photography” Exhibition

Three young men, New Haven CT, circa 1910

Three young men, New Haven CT, circa 1910

Vintage Old School Cool

Vintage Old School Cool

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such a big tree! and to think that this was a normal size tree in the pacific northwest only 150 years ago is still remarkable to me.

such a big tree! and to think that this was a normal size tree in the pacific northwest only 150 years ago is still remarkable to me.