1. inneroptics:

    Pavel Titovich

    (via gacougnol)


  2. cjteona:

    …retorno a los clásicos

    (via gacougnol)



  4. yama-bato:

    Huelva. Spain

    In the mid-1920’s, when Telefónica was created, the Company decided to take on the task of documenting, through photographs and film, the far-reaching technological revolution that it was about to carry out in Spain. For this project, some of the most prominent photographers, or “graphic reporters”, of the era - such as Marín, Alfonso, Gaspar and Contreras, and Vilaseca - were hired for the job. Due to its historical nature and the range of its contents (over twelve-thousand pictures taken between 1924 and 1931), Telefónica’s Photographic Archive is a unique collection, both at a national – this is a one of a kind project in Spain - and an international level.

    (via bizarredisco)


  5. (Source: deluxo11)


  6. foxesinbreeches:

    Untitled by 酷子 / Su Xinyu

    (via vivipiuomeno)


  7. (Source: masterlordmark)


  8. onceuponatown:

    New York. An altar to Our Lady of Help, Mott St, May 16, 1908.


  9. Itsuro Naraki  ph.


  10. Diego Rivera