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MOVIMIENTO PERPEUO (vivace)  "Para ser realmente grande, hay que estar con la gente, no por encima de ella".  Charles Louis de Secondat, Baron de Montesquieu

airplane tennis flying circus plane sport playing photograph photography black and white vintage history

It's not polite to stare at peoples cocks lmao

Chicken and Boy Smoking Smokes Cigarette Vintage Image from 1920 Funny Unique Photo Photography Sepia Black & White Print Cute Weird

dangerous situation # construction work on beam # high balancing act in the middle of the city.

Obviously this man has no fear of heights New York City Iron Worker

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Feb 25 There's something about...Badminton

A New Possession  A 6-year-old orphan from Austria (above) ecstatically embraces a brand-new pair of shoes just given to him by the Red Cross, 1946  Gerald Waller

Austrian boy receiving new shoes after WWII. "New Shoes" by Gerald Waller, Austria Six year-old Werfel, living in an orphanage in Austria, hugs a new pair of shoes given to him by the American Red Cross. This photo was published by Life magazine.

TV eye glasses - retro We've come a long way, baby!!!

TV Glasses Hugo Gernsback demonstrating his television goggles in 1963 for Life magazine

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Daring Darlings: 6 Stunt Women You Ought to Know

WINSTON CHURCHILL'S LIFE POD 1947“To protect Winston Churchill in wartime a special one-man pressure chamber was built for the personal plane which carried him many times across the Atlantic and to Casablanca, Moscow and Yalta. Churchill was warned by his doctors that it was dangerous for a man of his age and physical condition to fly above 8,000 feet. The solution was a pressure chamber complete with ash trays, telephone and an air-circulation system .

“To protect the precious bulk of Winston Churchill in wartime a special one-man pressure chamber was built for the personal plane which carried him many times across the Atlantic and to Casablanca, Moscow and Yalta." - LIFE 1947 This is for you Johnston

wandrlust:  Margaret Bourke-White working at the top of the Chrysler Building, New York, New York, 1935.

Photographer Margaret Bourke-White on a gargoyle at the top of the Chrysler Building, New York, photo by Oscar Graubner. She was the female photographer for Life magazine and first female war correspondent

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