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Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Bubbles Series (1963)

This is so... beautiful. Give me a break. I'm speechless, how beautiful those photos are. Melvin Sokolsky for Harper's Bazaar, 1963. (via iso50)


  1. Yes ..they are Great..:_)
    But Damned.. in the first Picture they forgot to "hide" the crane and the cable that reflects in the glass. Do you see it?

  2. They are very intriguing. Bizarre and beautiful. And frankly, cutting edge for 1963. In the days before Photoshop this must have been a lot of work.