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Madri che accudiscono, che insegnano al figlio ad andare in bicicletta o che pettinano i capelli della figlia. Sono scatti in bianco e nero che hanno oltre cinquant’anni di storia e per tutto questo tempo sono rimasti sepolti all’interno di un polveroso magazzino sino alla fortuita risco

Madri che accudiscono, che insegnano al figlio ad andare in bicicletta o che pettinano i capelli della figlia. Sono scatti in bianco e nero che hanno oltre cinquant’anni di storia e per tutto questo tempo sono rimasti sepolti all’interno di un polveroso magazzino sino alla fortuita risco

Natangelo - Smemoranda 2014

Natangelo - Smemoranda 2014

His name is King Leopold II of Belgium. You see, he killed over 10 million people in the Congo.  He “owned” the Congo during his reign as the constitutional monarch of Belgium. After several failed colonial attempts in Asia and Africa, he settled on the Congo. He “bought” it and enslaved its people, turning the entire country into his own personal slave plantation.

His name is King Leopold II of Belgium. You see, he killed over 10 million people in the Congo. He “owned” the Congo during his reign as the constitutional monarch of Belgium. After several failed colonial attempts in Asia and Africa, he settled on the Congo. He “bought” it and enslaved its people, turning the entire country into his own personal slave plantation.

TORO, sempre.

TORO, sempre.

June 8, 1972: Kim Phuc, center left, running down a road nude near Trang Bang after a South Vietnamese Air Force napalm attack. (Nick Ut /AP). Huỳnh Công Út, known professionally as Nick Ut (born 3/29/1951), is a photographer for the AP who works out of L.A. He won the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for "The Terror of War," depicting children in flight from a napalm bombing. Ut became the 3rd person inducted by the Leica Hall of Fame for his contributions to photojournalism.

June 8, 1972: Kim Phuc, center left, running down a road nude near Trang Bang after a South Vietnamese Air Force napalm attack. (Nick Ut /AP). Huỳnh Công Út, known professionally as Nick Ut (born 3/29/1951), is a photographer for the AP who works out of L.A. He won the 1973 Pulitzer Prize for "The Terror of War," depicting children in flight from a napalm bombing. Ut became the 3rd person inducted by the Leica Hall of Fame for his contributions to photojournalism.

Old Picture of the Day: July 2008

Old Picture of the Day: July 2008

Old Picture of the Day: July 2008

Old Picture of the Day: July 2008