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Favorite Photos; Post your favorite random photos here
Topic Started: Tue 8 Jun 2010, 16:46:31 (14,040 Views)
Je Suis Julie
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A place to share some non-Moz beauties.

I LOVE vintage fashion photography!
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I have a soft spot in my heart for images from the 1920s, newsboys, old Detroit, and old souls in general.
(see also Shorpy.com)

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mozisluv
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Those are all lovely, Julie.

I love vintage photos of cities to see how the architecture, skylines, and buildings have changed through the years.

This is one of my favorites:
Lunch Atop A Skyscraper 1932 above Rockefeller Center.
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Je Suis Julie
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^ Vertigo!!!!! *hangs on to desk*
(love those!)

A few random Flickr finds:

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Woman reading, about 1890
National Media Museum - Kodak Gallery Collection


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Girls reading outside a bookstore, New York or New Jersey, 1890-1910

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Girl with punching bag, New York or New Jersey, 1890-1910

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Boy at junkyard, Flushing, New York, 1890-1910
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Je Suis Julie
Tue 8 Jun 2010, 16:46:31
A place to share some non-Moz beauties.

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Great pics.

I like to try and guess people's ages in photo's like this. Seems like quite a good idea to go back to the day's where there were no 'teenagers'. Wouldn't mind giving my teenage years a miss...
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Je Suis Julie
Thu 10 Jun 2010, 17:45:45
This one was taken not far from where I live. Maybe he's a long lost relative. tongueclassic

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Boy at junkyard, Flushing, New York, 1890-1910
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Lovely , old, B&W pictures taken in NYC

Just click it innocent
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Karl Blossfeldt

I love his work!
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Quiffaa
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from "The Adipositivity Project
aims to promote size acceptance, not by listing the merits of big people, or detailing examples of excellence (these things are easily seen all around us), but rather, through a visual display of fat physicality. The sort that's normally unseen.

The hope is to widen definitions of physical beauty. Literally.

The photographs here are close details of the fat female form, without the inclusion of faces. One reason for this is to coax observers into imagining they're looking at the fat women in their own lives, ideally then accepting them as having aesthetic appeal which, for better or worse, often translates into more complete forms of acceptance.

The women you see in these images are educators, executives, mothers, musicians, professionals, performers, artists, activists, clerks, and writers. They are perhaps even the women you've clucked at on the subway, rolled your eyes at in the market, or joked about with your friends.

This is what they look like with their clothes off.

Some are showing you their bodies proudly. Others timidly. And some quite reluctantly. But they all share a determination in altering commonly accepted notions of a narrow and specific beauty ideal.

Bookmark adipositivity.com and check back often, as new photographs are added regularly(ish). And please help spread the message. The Adipositivity Project: Changing attitudes about the aesthetic validity of big women, one fat fanny at a time. "
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Quiffaa
Thu 24 Jun 2010, 10:22:50
The Adipositivity Project: Changing attitudes about the aesthetic validity of big women, one fat fanny at a time. "
I take it they mean 'fanny' in the American sense = Arse.

In Britain 'fanny' - Vagina.

I suppose both are applicable, but as it's their motto - the arse version is maybe a tad less controversial?

I'll never get used to American TV programs where they say things like 'sit your fanny down' - it just sounds sooooo wrong! :D
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Marlene and shoes

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Ms Fonda and friend

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Ms Russell and friends

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