Christer Stromholm. This photo sits on my desk. [via messyndrome.]
“Crowds of Parisians celebrating the entry of Allied troops into Paris scatter for cover as a sniper fires from a building on the Place de la Concorde. Although the Germans surrendered the city, small bands of snipers still remained. 08/26/1944.” [via National Archives Identifier 531206. Series: Signal Corps Photographs of American Military Activity, compiled 1754 … Continue reading Snipers in Paris.
Paris 1914 Beautiful color images of Paris, from a century ago, serve as a record of how much some things have changed while others have remained the same. [via]
Reminds me of a similar view, but the ironwork is more elaborate. [via lovelydarkanddeep.]