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Bukovi, Serbia, 2010
BERT TEUNISSEN

Bukovi, Serbia, 2010

BERT TEUNISSEN

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Lina, Vilnius, 2008
andreas laszlo konrath
Lina, Vilnius, 2008

andreas laszlo konrath

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Andreas Laszlo Konrath
Untitled (Kadeem #1), 2007

Andreas Laszlo Konrath

Untitled (Kadeem #1), 2007

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James Jowers, 1967, gelatin silver print, Gift of James Jowers, George Eastman House Collection, ©George Eastman House

eastmanhouse:

James Jowers, 1967, gelatin silver print, Gift of James Jowers, George Eastman House Collection, ©George Eastman House

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mpdrolet:

Andreas Laszlo Konrath
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mpdrolet:

Ringroad Cairo, 2009
Bas Princen

mpdrolet:

Ringroad Cairo, 2009

Bas Princen

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eastmanhouse:

Thomas F. Barrow (American, b. 1938) Lou’s View, From the series Cancellations, 1974, toned gelatin silver print, Museum Purchase with National Endowment for the Arts support, George Eastman House Collection, Copyright Thomas F. Barrow

eastmanhouse:

Thomas F. Barrow (American, b. 1938) Lou’s View, From the series Cancellations, 1974, toned gelatin silver print, Museum Purchase with National Endowment for the Arts support, George Eastman House Collection, Copyright Thomas F. Barrow

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eastmanhouse:

Charles Chusseau-Flaviens (French, active 1900-1919) Russie Sports d’hiver a Petersbourg, negative gelatin on glass, Gift of Kodak Pathe, George Eastman House Collection

eastmanhouse:

Charles Chusseau-Flaviens (French, active 1900-1919) Russie Sports d’hiver a Petersbourg, negative gelatin on glass, Gift of Kodak Pathe, George Eastman House Collection

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fishstickmonkey:

Karachays. 19th Century.

fishstickmonkey:

Karachays. 19th Century.

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parabola-magazine:

"The sacred pipe of the Native Americans is a potent symbol of relationship. Through it the human breath sends to all the six directions the purifying smoke that connects the person to the divine and is the link between all forms of life: mitakuye oyasin, we are all relatives.”
―Joseph Epes Brown, "The Pipe of Reconciliation" from our Winter 1989 Issue.
Read the essay here.
Photography Credit: Edward S. Curtis, Cheyenne Indian Smoking a Peace Pipe, 1907

parabola-magazine:

"The sacred pipe of the Native Americans is a potent symbol of relationship. Through it the human breath sends to all the six directions the purifying smoke that connects the person to the divine and is the link between all forms of life: mitakuye oyasin, we are all relatives.”

―Joseph Epes Brown, "The Pipe of Reconciliation" from our Winter 1989 Issue.

Read the essay here.

Photography Credit: Edward S. Curtis, Cheyenne Indian Smoking a Peace Pipe, 1907