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In my last post I said I was dedicating the weeks posts to travel.  I also said "subject to change" as something else might inspire me.  Well, here's a little of both (and not so much if you want to get truly technical). 

You probably know by now that I love pictures that have movement, even though they're 'still'.
Veruschka. One of the greatest ever 'movers' of all time.
How she stayed still for this one I'll never know.
Images courtesy of sageandivy.com, littleaugury.blogspot.com, musie.wordpress.com and Google Images

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Comment by Maryanne on April 13, 2011 at 10:27am

the first two photographs are the genius of Richard Avedon.

He was the first photog to let the models move, and leap and show some sort of fluidity.

Combine that talent with the vision of Diana Vreeland..and that is why in the 1960's Vogue magazine was really ground central for the ' youthquake'.

 Today's tricked up photoshopped images..don't begin to compare with those photos.

Comment by Elena Vasileva on April 13, 2011 at 1:31pm
Richard Avedon! The best ever
Comment by Khola Waddy-Jones on April 22, 2011 at 11:46am

Avedon was a genius in the true sense of the word.  

No Maryanne, todays images are nothing in comparison to the originals.

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