firsttimeuser:    In the annual Easter fair, Sevilla, April 1935(?) by Robert Capa

firsttimeuser: In the annual Easter fair, Sevilla, April 1935(?) by Robert Capa

ROBERT CAPA / D-Day, 1944 / "It never occurred to me until later that in order to take that picture, Capa had to get ahead of that soldier and turn his back on the action."

ROBERT CAPA / D-Day, 1944 / "It never occurred to me until later that in order to take that picture, Capa had to get ahead of that soldier and turn his back on the action."

Guerra Civil Española Foto de Guerda Taro. The heroine in Alt (J) - Taro. My…

Guerra Civil Española Foto de Guerda Taro. The heroine in Alt (J) - Taro. My…

Pablo Picasso e Françoise Gilot nel 1948, fotografati dal grande Robert Capa (Magnum Photos)

Pablo Picasso e Françoise Gilot nel 1948, fotografati dal grande Robert Capa (Magnum Photos)

Robert Capa - Spanish Civil War there appears to be a German style helmet her, which wouldn't be suprising.

Robert Capa - Spanish Civil War there appears to be a German style helmet her, which wouldn't be suprising.

[Found out about this photograph from Life is Strange. Hauntingly incredible.] Robert Capa. Spaanse Burgeroorlog 1936.

Robert Capa: 'The best picture I ever took' - a picture from the past

[Found out about this photograph from Life is Strange. Hauntingly incredible.] Robert Capa. Spaanse Burgeroorlog 1936.

By Robert Capa photographer

By Robert Capa photographer

Robert Capa  (amazing shot)

Robert Capa (amazing shot)

D-Day Landing 1944 by Robert Capa (this is the caption that came with this pin//the caption with the photo on the web site is: American reinforcements, arrive on the beaches of Normandy from a Coast Guard landing barge into the surf on the French coast on June 23, 1944. They will reinforce fighting units that secured the Norman beachhead and spread north toward Cherbourg.//this is NOT a Capa photo

D-Day Landing 1944 by Robert Capa (this is the caption that came with this pin//the caption with the photo on the web site is: American reinforcements, arrive on the beaches of Normandy from a Coast Guard landing barge into the surf on the French coast on June 23, 1944. They will reinforce fighting units that secured the Norman beachhead and spread north toward Cherbourg.//this is NOT a Capa photo

An American pilot and his kill count. Tunisia, 1943. Robert Capa

An American pilot and his kill count. Tunisia, 1943. Robert Capa

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