Maciek Gołaszewski

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May 15, 1979: From Brooklyn Heights, a pair of venturesome children traversed the newly-painted Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan as “sunshine was just triumphing over hazy fog.” Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times

May From Brooklyn Heights, a pair of venturesome children traversed the newly-painted Brooklyn Bridge into Manhattan as “sunshine was just triumphing over hazy fog.” Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times

Feb. 15, 1968: At a new Madison Square Garden over Penn Station, Dave DeBusschere of the Detroit Pistons scored the first points of a game against the Boston Celtics, who won, 118-96. It was not without growing pains — a late start and technical problems plagued enjoyment of the opening doubleheader. So did the pricey tickets: “It’s $3 here, compared to $2.50” at the old stadium, grumbled one game-goer. Photo: Larry Morris/The New York Times

At a new Madison Square Garden over Penn Station, Dave DeBusschere of the Detroit Pistons scored the first points of a game against the Boston Celtics, who won, It was not.

A camel caravan carries supplies for a scientific expedition in the Gobi Desert, June 1933.Photograph by James B. Shackleford, National Geographic

A camel caravan carries supplies for a scientific expedition in the Gobi Desert, June Photo by James B. Shackleford, for NGC. I've been on the Mongolian part of the Gobi desert on a road trip, eating and sleeping by nomad families.

A railway encircles thirty-five blocks of shops, offices, and hotels in Chicago, June 1967.Photograph by James L. Stanfield, National Geographic

A railway encircles thirty-five blocks of shops, offices, and hotels in Chicago, June // Photograph by James L. Stanfield, National Geographic This is such a cool shot - too bad the el trains don't look like that anymore!

Iron and manganese seepage creates streaks on a sandstone wall on Lake Powell in Utah, July 1967.Photograph by Walter Meayers Edwards, National Geographic

Nat Geo Found: Iron and manganese seepage creates streaks on a sandstone wall on Lake Powell in Utah, July Photograph by Walter Meayers Edwards, National Geographic.

A field turns from orange to green as harvesters pick marigold flowers in Los Mochis, Mexico, 1967.Photograph by W.E. Garrett, National Geographic

Photograph by W. Garrett - A field turns from orange to green as harvesters pick marigold flowers in Los Mochis, Mexico, 1967 - National Geographic

A boy rests with his dogs by a gnarled carob tree in Capri, Italy, June 1970.Photograph by David Cupp, National Geographic

I think the Italian countryside is the most beautiful, alluring place on Earth. "A boy rests with his dogs by a gnarled carob tree in Capri, Italy, June by David Cupp, National Geographic"

A herd of 2,400 buffalo roam free near Gillette, Wyoming, December 1979.Photograph by James L. Amos, National Geographic

This is only a couple of miles north of our ranch in Wyoming! A herd of buffalo roam free near Gillette, Wyoming, December by James L. Amos / National Geographic Found

Aerial view of Dusky Sound near the southwestern tip of South Island in New Zealand, September 1971.Photograph by Gordon Gahan, National Geographic

natgeofound: “ Aerial view of Dusky Sound near the southwestern tip of South Island in New Zealand, September by Gordon Gahan, National Geographic ”

Warsaw. Greetings from Jerusalem Avenue

Greetings from Jerusalem Avenue