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shihlun:

I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 
2011

shihlun:I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 2011
shihlun:

I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 
2011

shihlun:I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 2011
shihlun:

I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 
2011

shihlun:I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 2011
shihlun:

I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 
2011

shihlun:I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 2011
shihlun:

I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 
2011

shihlun:I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 2011
shihlun:

I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 
2011

shihlun:I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 2011
shihlun:

I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 
2011

shihlun:I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 2011
shihlun:

I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 
2011

shihlun:I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 2011
shihlun:

I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 
2011

shihlun:I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 2011
shihlun:

I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 
2011

shihlun:I-Hsuen Chen / 陳以軒 - Nowhere in Taiwan / 遍尋無處 2011
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lettertojane:

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street
"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."
lettertojane:

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street
"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."
lettertojane:

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street
"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."
lettertojane:

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street
"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."
lettertojane:

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street
"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."
lettertojane:

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street
"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."
lettertojane:

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street
"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."
lettertojane:

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street
"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."
lettertojane:

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street
"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."
lettertojane:

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street
"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."

Bruce Davidson - East 100th Street"For two years in the 1960s, Bruce Davidson photographed one block in East Harlem. He went back day after day, standing on sidewalks, knocking on doors, asking permission to photograph a face, a child, a room, a family. Through his skill, his extraordinary vision, and his deep respect for his subjects, Davidson’s portrait of the people of East 100th Street is a powerful statement of the dignity and humanity that is in all people."
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Bureau Mirko Borsche
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Bureau Mirko Borsche
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Bureau Mirko Borsche
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Bureau Mirko Borsche
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Bureau Mirko Borsche
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Bureau Mirko Borsche
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bureauborsche:

Bureau Mirko Borsche
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Viktor Hachmang