mudwerks:

ca_20140408_002 (by Costică Acsinte Archive)
lelongdutemps:

Peropalo
Villanueva de la Vera, Cáceres
1971 
© Rafael Sanz Lobato
via mcu
sisterwolf:

Frank Coster, c. 1890  (c) Archive of Modern Conflict
via

I like that film very much. I am proud of it. In the first place, I am proud that it didn’t win a Golden Lion or a Silver Peacock.
That’s one thing. The other is that I had to make the film under the most difficult conditions. I had no technical prerequisites, no Kodak material, no processing of the film stock in Moscow. I had absolutely nothing. I had neither enough lighting, nor a wind-machine, nor any possibility for special-effects. Nevertheless, the quality of the film is indisputable.
The results were the appearance of a primitive realistic milieu, like in a typical village or the average steppe. Little turkeys made to look like little turkeys…a fairy tale molded from a real situation…different ways to give the impression of “hyper-realism.” If I needed a tiger, then I would make a tiger out of a toy - and it would have more effect than a real tiger would have. A rag-tiger to frighten the hero would be more interesting.
-Sergei Parajanov on Sayat Nova (The Color of Pomegranates) (1968)
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jesuisperdu:

natgeofound:

Friends eat watermelon outside a beach cottage on a summer afternoon on Roanoke Island, North Carolina, 1955.Photograph by J. Baylor Roberts, National Geographic

umm i don’t even care about the subjects. do you see that light & tone? goddamn. just, whaaaaaaaaaat.
fernsandmoss:

Casey Marquezs’ Casa de Colores, New Mexico
fernsandmoss:

Bob May
sisterwolf:

Tony Catany - Ethiopia, 2007
carmidoll:

Roman Mitchenko
sisterwolf:

The 10,000 martyrs of Mt Ararat - Jean Bourdichon.
sisterwolf:

Sibylle-Bergemann - Berlin, 1986

by luisgarvan:
"Sé que la vida empieza donde se piensa que la realidad termina.
Sé que Dios nunca muere…”
Pluma Hidalgo, Oaxaca.