Miss America 1925
The one closest to the camera is presaging glit. 🙂
Ida Lupino in Road House (1948)
Deco world ...
@Alec Yes...the jazz age for sure. I think this photograph is also part of Miss America 1925. I didn't realise that, but noticed the girl second left, is definitely the girl second right in the above image, at least I think so..lol (definitely maybe)
#9 Liverpool St. Station, Edward Miller, 29 January 1959
Another wonderfully atmospheric photograph.
Talking about the jazz-age, here's a great photo of the King and Carter Jazzing Orchestra, circa 1920's.....You just know if you're going to one of their shows, you're in for a good time..😎
Love all those hats. Interesting drum kit. YouTube sent me a clip of someone giving an explanation of and demonstration on that era of drum kit. Is there a drawing on the kick?
Queen Street Nottingham, early 1900's.
So cool 😮
Marilyn Monroe returns to Los Angeles from Atlantic City, 3 September, 1953
Bus Stop, London, Elliot Erwitt, 1952
BOAC Air Stewardesses, 1962
Melville Productions: Les Enfants Terribles (1950)
Champagne, Atelier Manassé, Wien (1920s)
Loving these moody shots...very stylised.
Reminds me of Fred Dibnah in this ...
@Alec Big fan of Fred!...got one or two books and DVD's..👍
Mistaking ‘I Don’t Like Mondays’ for punk.
In six different formats, all of them junk.
The Yangtze River flooding off course.
Poor Fred Dibnah getting a divorce.
Stop harping on about the way life used to be
from STOP HARPING ON ABOUT THE WAY LIFE USED TO BE
[Words/Music: Julian Cope]
Theater Royal, Kansas City, some decades back.
I love this photograph by Vivian Maier...Just perfect timing, to the second.
Shadow of a Car Driving Through Desert, Arizona, 1971, Ikkō Narahara
Fantastic photograph..thinking a little outside the box can often pay off, especially with photography.
Interesting backstory, thanks for that Alec👍
Clever👍...possibly a nice album cover?😎