Proving that no matter how big and badass you are, when you go shopping with your woman, you end up carrying most of the packages.
New York Times photo editor Stacey Baker spends some of her free time photographing the legs of women on the streets of New York. Now it’s a book.
Oliver Curtis shot these photos from the landmarks looking away, rather than of the landmarks. For example: This photo is taken from Lenin’s Tomb in Moscow.
Photo by Aaron Siskind.
From emaciated and miserable to happy and healthy in 11 photos.
Schoolkids eating lunch at their desks, 1963.
I saw this at Lake Murray.
They’re two miles from Atlanta. Lexington was a champion racehorse that Sherman rode through his scorched-earth campaign, the March to the Sea.
From: American high school girls, 1970s [Matthew’s Island of Misfit Toys]
Come for the color TV, stay for the crime scene investigation.
She also danced with then-President Ronald Reagan, Tom Selleck, and Clint Eastwood.