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Marilyn Monroe photographed by Richard Whiteman
Such a wonderful woman and an inspiration for the whole world!
Gigi Paris (@msgigiparis)
Gigi Paris ✨. Jehane-Marie Paris, but you can call me Gigi French / Venezuelan raised in Miami based in LA Wilhelmina LA / Elite Miami.
This just in from our Frank, who said:
“Iggy: When things really get shitty….”
Frank knows. I replied, “God bless you, Frank.”
Google can’t find this picture to tell me who this lovely lady is.
That happens a lot lately. Yes, much more often than not. And not just with people. Cars, critters, objects… It used to be good, way back when, before they went Communist. And then sometimes … it finds things you truly think it won’t. It’s maddening.
Now, while it’s above abysmal, it’s not above it by much.
Age: 22, born on 7 September 1998
Diana Rigg (as Emma Peel from The Avengers) posing with a Lotus Elan – 1968.
Lotus Elan & Emma Peel in The Avengers
Jan 9, 2012
Emma Peel & her Lotus Elan in the 5th season of The Avengers. With John Steed and some other high-class English cars like Jaguar, Rolls-Royce and Bentley.
I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)editor)
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Dame Diana Rigg DBE! How wonderful!
HOW VERY SAD!
My Goddess drove only the best, a car that so perfectly matched Mrs. Peel, in so many ways.
Maria Miri Domark (@maria_domark)
A lovely girl ! 🙂
Larkin Poe | “Black Betty”
Sep 22, 2014
Bam-ba-lam. We heart this song. We also heart Wikipedia: “The origin and meaning of the lyrics are subject to debate. Historically the “Black Betty” of the title may refer to the nickname given to a number of objects: a musket, a bottle of whisky, a whip, or a penitentiary transfer wagon.”
Notable covers of this song include: Ram Jam, Tom Jones, Spiderbait… And Larkin Poe. || Don’t you wanna go down the Larkin Poe Social-Media rabbit hole? Official Website: www.larkinpoe.com/ | Facebook: www.facebook.com/larkinpoe | Twitter: twitter.com/LarkinPoe | Instagram: instagram.com/larkinpoemusic
Larkin Poe is simply fantabulous and I love them.
Photographer: Joey Wright
The power of … underboob.
Seventeen-year-old Simone Segouin, the French partisan known by her nom de guerre “Nicole Minet,” with her German submachine gun MP40. Throughout the war she was an active resistance member and killed an unknown (but presumably high) number of Germans and captured 25 POWs during the fall of Chartres. After the liberation of Paris in August 1944 she was promoted to lieutenant and awarded the Croix de guerre. https://wrhstol.com/31HgUJt
Damn… she’s hot.
102 y/o Dancer Sees Herself on Film for the First Time
Apr 20, 2015
UPDATE: Alice passed away peacefully on Wednesday, April 6th, 2016. She spent the last day of her life in good spirits, enjoying listening to music and having her mail read to her. Thank you to all the thousands of fans who sent in cards, flowers, and art. You truly gave her deep joy and meaning in the last years of her life!
Alice Barker was a chorus line dancer during the Harlem Renaissance of the the 1930s and 40s. She danced at clubs such as The Apollo, Cotton Club, The Zanzibar Club, and on Broadway—with legends including Frank Sinatra, Gene Kelly, and Bill “Bojangles” Robinson. Although she danced in numerous movies, commercials and TV shows, she had never seen any of them, and all of her photographs and memorabilia had been lost over the years.
After years of searching we found three “Soundies” Alice appeared in and were finally able to show them to her — she had never seen herself in motion in her life!
You can learn more about Alice at the little website we’ve set up for her: www.alicebarkernotbaker.com/
All of Alice’s films from this video are collected here: youtu.be/rpg5D0AAA2w
For more info about the dancers of the Harlem Renaissance, we recommend the lovely documentary “Been Rich All My Life” —several of the women in the film danced with Alice back in the day!
A little more about the who’s who here: “We” are friends of Alice who searched for the films and made this video. I’m David Shuff, a volunteer who visits the home with my therapy dog Katie, and have known Alice for 8 years. The woman in the video is Gail Campbell, a recreation therapist (and an amazing one at that!). She never gave up on finding Alice’s films, and uncovered the first piece of the puzzle that lead to us finding them — which was Alicia Thompson; a historian of black female performers who had been looking for Alice for years (her site is forclassicmovieloversonly.trip… and her YouTube channel is “MusicandDancing4Ever”). She told us that Alice was in films called ‘soundies’.
Using that clue I found jazz historian Mark Cantor of jazz-on-film.com and he was able to send us three of Alice’s soundies from his collection. Shortly afterwards Alicia got us a few more films.
This video was filmed on cellphones (and almost as an afterthought!) by my friends Darin Tatum and Tom Hunt.
This is so beautiful…
Life-sized Compsognathus models, in a photo by Dr Karl Shuker, from his blog post, entitled FROM MINI-REX TO MOON COW – UNRAVELLING THE RIDDLE OF AMERICA’S MODERN-DAY ‘RIVER DINOSAURS’ where they are shown to be somewhat similar to the current bipedal mini-rexes of Colorado and Wyoming.
I was so, so deeply into this twenty years ago when it first appeared on the interwebz. There was an excellent site, run by an eyewitness, wherein the photos of the critters taken by the friend* were posted and the encounters described, but it has been lost to history for many years now.
Colorado river blur, baby! Ooh, that blur is so Fortean, don’tcha know. This is one of the friend’s pics, by the way.
I would love to just stake out different places in the most likely areas for a couple or three weeks each till my gear recorded something good. Naturally, I do not think for a second that this scenario could ever exist in my reality. Sigh.
I don’t really dig the thing in the nose, though. I just don’t.
Les Copains / Fall 2010 / RTW
Model: Fei Fei Sun / Sun Feifei / 孙菲菲
Ordeal in Otherwhere
LARKIN POE – “Black Betty” (Live at JITV HQ in Los Angeles, CA 2017)
Jam In The Van
Sep 22, 2017
Really nice. These girls ROCK!
Oo so very lickable…
Standing Nude with Garden Background, 1913 Amedeo Modigliani (1884–1920)
Stole this post from ATS, another terrific thread by Gortex that is right up my alley and hopefully yours.
Enhanced by AI , Moon Landing Footage like You’ve Never Seen
Knight of Ni
Member Registered: 8/16/2009 Location: Valles Marineris Mood: Transmogrified Member was on ATS 18 minutes ago
posted on Jul, 19 2020 @ 02:02 PM
Take a ride on the Lunar Rover as it traverses the Moon in 60fps restored footage.
The clarity of the restored images and frame rate make it look like it was filmed yesterday.
A photo and film restoration specialist, who goes by the name of DutchSteamMachine, has worked some AI magic to enhance original Apollo film, creating strikingly clear and vivid video clips and images.
“I really wanted to provide an experience on this old footage that has not been seen before,” he told Universe Today.
Take a look at this enhanced footage from an Apollo 16 lunar rover traverse with Charlie Duke and John Young, where the footage that was originally shot with 12 frames per second (FPS) has been increased to 60 FPS:
Hats off to Dutchsteammachine , great job.
Apollo 15 in 60fps: Lunar Landing
Jun 17, 2020
Support content like this and more at my Patreon: www.patreon.com/dutchsteammac… Join the Discord Server: discord.gg/zm3rmRq The complete Apollo 15 Ascent in 4K 60fps from a HD source. Rendertime: 5 hours. Enjoy 16mm, Panorama’s & Audio: NASA 16mm processing: Dutchsteammachine
Apollo 16 in 60fps: Rover Traverse To Station 13
Jul 7, 2020
Apollo 16 Rover Traverse to Station 13 16mm footage interpolated from 12fps to 60fps with DAIN-AI. Colour corrected and synchronized with audio. Artefacts caused by interpolation. Raw 16mm film, 70mm stills & Audio: NASA Video & Audio Processing: Dutchsteammachine Patron Credit: Generaljohnson Burke Burnett Joshua Lennen
Apollo 16 in 60fps: Rover Traverse to Station 4
Jun 27, 2020
Apollo 16 Rover Traverse to Station 4 16mm footage interpolated from 12fps to 60fps with DAIN-AI. Colour corrected and synchronized with audio. Raw 16mm film & Audio: NASA Video & Audio Processing: Dutchsteammachine
I’m here for ya, send your note to email@example.com, eh, girls?
I mean hey, I could, I would and I will eat you all day long, don’tcha know.
Photographer: Adam Mont
Wow, such loveliness…
15-Year-Old Angelina Jolie During One Of Her First Photoshoots (Interview)
If you haven’t heard who Angelina Jolie is, you’ve probably lived under a rock for past couple decades (no offense if you did). The famous 43-year-old actress has been gracing our silver screens for more than two decades, causing boys and girls alike celebrity crushes. Though we all know the iconic Jolie looks, not many of us have seen how she has looked in her teens. To unveil this secret, we have decided to share a collection of modeling photos and headshots taken by photographer Harry Langdon almost 30 years ago at one of Jolie’s first photo shoots. She was only a 15 year old at that time, but the photographer didn’t know that. He was told she was 18.
“Normally before I begin a new session I find out more about the background of a new client. My Representative that time, withheld the beautiful girl‘s age from me since they thought if I knew, that might inhibit the way I worked with her. I was told and thought she was 18, and judging from her sensuality, it was a matter of very quickly gaining her trust. Never coming on in any way, because once a photographer crosses that forbidden line, the subject will become inhibited. So Angelina just ‘came on to the camera.’ No restrictions. I just kept my cool and allowed her to perform. Hardly saying any more than “turn right, turn left.” No conversation was necessary.” – Harry told Bored Panda.
Don’t forget to scroll down for beautiful pictures of when Angelina Jolie’s young looks adorned Harry Langdon’s camera.
Angelina Jolie was 15 years old at one of her first photo shoots
This Rare 1894 Photograph Shows a Young Indigenous Woman Smiling at the Viewer
By Megan Cooper on June 9, 2020
In the early age of photography, portraits of people were few and far between, but they had one thing in common: serious faces. Nowadays, you’d expect to see an emotionless face in these old-timey photographs, which is why the recent discovery of an image of a young woman smiling from nearly 130 years ago is really unusual and utterly fascinating. The photograph taken in 1894, which features a Native American girl named O-o-dee of the Kiowa people, was found at an auction in 2019 and is now protected by the Smithsonian Institute. Since its discovery in the George W. Brentz collection, O-o-dee’s bright smile has captivated people around the world via social media. One Redditor comments, “Wow. What a smile can do. Suddenly it looks like this photo was taken a lot more recently.” Another says, “Very cool picture. I think this is the first old picture I’ve seen of someone smiling.”
So why is it that most photos from this era feature straight-faced people? There are many theories as to why people’s faces appear stern and dour in these historic photographs. While the long exposure times for capturing historic photographs did make smiling impractical—imagine holding a smile for more than thirty seconds—it’s not the only reason that our great-grandparents kept their faces neutral. In the late 19th century, the photographic arts took inspiration from portrait painting, so when people sat for photographs they emulated the resolute faces of the portraits they saw.
O-o-dee’s portrait differs from this tradition, and she points a bright smile at the viewer. Her traditional buckskin dress decorated with elk bone honors her indigenous roots, and displays the craftsmanship of the Kiowa tribe. Her smile is truly effervescent. At a quick glance, her portrait would look right at home on any family’s mantle. What makes this photograph even more special is that it documents a person from a group whose stories have long been lost to the historical record. Indigenous women continue to be woefully underrepresented in the historical narrative, and they often have their voices drowned out by those of the more powerful communities around them. Through O-o-dee’s smiling face, we get to see a glimpse into the lives of a group of people who have had so much taken away from them, and yet have continued to persevere.
All images via the National Anthropological Archives at the Smithsonian Institute
And what a cutie!
Samantha Fish Band – ‘Goin Down’
Jun 3, 2012
Samantha Fish performs Goin’ Down as her encore number at Dickie Doo BBQ in Sedalia, Mo., on June 1, 2012. Video by Randy Kirby.
From my dear friend Frank Petrilli just moments ago!
He wanted to know if I had seen this and I hadn’t. Frank rocks.
Art by Little Lis