Aina Beck F/W 2013 Lookbook, photographed by Dominik Tarabanski

Aina Beck F/W 2013 Lookbook, photographed by Dominik Tarabanski

Guy Sargent - Venice

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Duane Michals - Carry Me Daddy, 1989 (top); My Father Could Walk in the Sky, 1989 (bottom)

Text in the photographs:

Carry Me Daddy, 1989

Carry me daddy, all the way home. 
I’ll lean on your shoulder, even after I’ve grown. 
And when me get there, tuck me in bed. 
I’ll still be your son, even after you’re dead. 
While I am dreaming, sing me a tune. 
A song of my birthright, the sun and the moon.

My Father Could Walk in the Sky, 1989

My father could walk in the sky.
He promised to teach me how.
But he left without saying goodbye.
I don’t cry.
I’m a grown up now.

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Kazuo Ohno photographed by Eikoh Hosoe, 1994-1996

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Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison - Gray Dawn

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gallowhill:

Hreinn Fridfinnsson - Attending, 1973

Irving Penn for Vogue, November 2002 © Vogue
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Irving Penn for Vogue, November 2002 © Vogue

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blue-voids:

Olivia Arthur, Saudi Arabia

Guy Bourdin for Vogue, 1970 | More

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poietike:

Lew Thomas Polaroid hand series, 1972, (revised 1980), 1980.

poietike:

Lew Thomas Polaroid hand series, 1972, (revised 1980), 1980.

Anneè Olofsson - Unfamiliar, 2001
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Anneè Olofsson - Unfamiliar, 2001

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Anna Gaskell - Wonder, 1997

free-parking:

Holly Lynton — from Bare Handed, 2008

The title Bare Handed refers to my subjects’ powerful yet intimate hands-on connection with their work—both land and animals—on the farm and in the wild. In these photographs, the heavy, overbearing machinery associated with modern life gives way to the simple, but potent, symbiotic relationship between man, creature, and the forces of weather, and allows these individuals a style of work that resembles a form of meditation. While making my photographs, I discovered that these individuals have a spiritual commitment to their work that goes beyond the rational and points to the power of faith.