oh sweet jesus
Tarun Tahiliani | Spring Summer 2013
The white one at the end is my favorite! It’s absolutely BRILLIANT!
*crying tears of jealousy*
Photo by:Pardeep Singh
Egyptian woman, ca. 1939 | Photographer unknown
Brightly colored lamps for sale in Istanbul.by terriSpath
Marchesa Spring 2013 rtw
Women from Iran’s female police force, established in 2003. These ladies undergo a three year training program requiring intensive military courses including judo, fencing, firearm training, and laying mines. They serve alongside their male counterparts, work regular beats, and they do it all in hijab. Respect.
the bottom left picture made my night
can i just direct your attention to the middle right picture
In 1960, Garanger, a 25-year-old draftee who had already been photographing professionally for ten years, landed in Kabylia, in the small village of Ain Terzine, about seventy-five miles south of Algiers. Garanger’s commanding officer decreed that the villagers must have identity cards: “Naturally he asked the military photographer to make these cards,” Garanger recalls. “Either I refused and went to prison, or I accepted.
“I would come within three feet of them,” Garanger remembers. “They would be unveiled. In a period of ten days, I made two thousand portraits, two hundred a day. The women had no choice in the matter. Their only way of protesting was through their look.”