Today I want to present the work of Edward Sheriff Curtis (February 16, 1868 – October 19, 1952) a great photographer of the Native American.
During his carrier as a photographer he portrayed the traditional customs and life ways of eighty Indian tribes.
He gathered all his photos in twenty volumes which are organized by tribes and culture areas.
Here are just a few of his wonderful photographs taken between 1900 – 1930.
Quhatika Indian Girl – 1907
Nuhlimkilaka “bringer of confusion” – 1914
I’m not a Drew Barrymore fan, but that doesn’t make me deny the fact that she is a beautiful woman or she can be when photographed by a well know photographer.
Old pictures of Drew taken by the same Annie Leibovitz for “Beauty and the Beast” pictorial, published back in April 2005 issue of Vogue.
This is an old story published in December 2003 issue of Vogue. But since is about photography I thought I remember you about it.
Back in 2003 Vogue published a photography editorial featuring Natalia Vadianova a beautiful young model as Alice from the well know story of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
Annie Leibovitz‘s was the amazing photographer that took the photographs of a cast drawn from fashion’s own often fantastical universe.
Other famous stars that took part of this project were: Tom Ford as the White Rabbit, Donatella Versace as Gryphon, Rupert Everett as Mock Turtle and Jean Paul Gaultier as Cheshire Cat.
This is one of my cats sleeping. Isn’t she cute? I think she is but my boyfriend said her nose looks like a pig nose!! It’s true she has a pink nose but that doesn’t make her a pig. And yes, it’s a “she” and her name is Aris.
The photo is taken with a Nikon D50 and a Nikkor 50mm f1.8