"Air view of Claude’s farm — April 27 1952." 35mm Kodachrome by Hubert Tuttle, traveling in Leslie’s plane somewhere over Minnesota. (via Shorpy Historic Picture Archive)

"Air view of Claude’s farm — April 27 1952." 35mm Kodachrome by Hubert Tuttle, traveling in Leslie’s plane somewhere over Minnesota. (via Shorpy Historic Picture Archive)

Rails and Jet Trails, Roseville, California. Ansel Easton Adams, 1953. (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Rails and Jet Trails, Roseville, California.
Ansel Easton Adams, 1953. (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Handball Players, Lower East Side, New York. Leon Levinstein, ca 1960. (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Handball Players, Lower East Side, New York.
Leon Levinstein, ca 1960. (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Boy in Clown Costume. Alex Harris, 1972. (via  The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Boy in Clown Costume. Alex Harris, 1972. (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Figure 50: Affected weeping and face in repose. Photograph by Adrien Tournachon, ca. 1855, for Guillaume-Benjamin-Armand Duchenne de Boulogne’s Électro-Physiologie Photographique. (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Figure 50: Affected weeping and face in repose. Photograph by Adrien Tournachon, ca. 1855, for Guillaume-Benjamin-Armand Duchenne de Boulogne’s Électro-Physiologie Photographique. (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Figure 36: Scornful laughter and scornful disgust. Photograph by Adrien Tournachon, ca. 1855, for Guillaume-Benjamin-Armand Duchenne de Boulogne’s Électro-Physiologie Photographique. (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Figure 36: Scornful laughter and scornful disgust. Photograph by Adrien Tournachon, ca. 1855, for Guillaume-Benjamin-Armand Duchenne de Boulogne’s Électro-Physiologie Photographique. (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Frustules of Diatoms. Cyanotype, ca. 1870, attributed to Julius Wiesner (Austrian, 1838–1916). (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Frustules of Diatoms. Cyanotype, ca. 1870, attributed to Julius Wiesner (Austrian, 1838–1916).
(via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

‘Postcards for Ants is an ongoing painting project by Cape Town artist Lorraine Loots who has been creating a miniature painting every single day since January 1, 2013.’ (via Postcards for Ants: A 365-Day Miniature Painting Project by Lorraine Loots | Colossal)

‘Postcards for Ants is an ongoing painting project by Cape Town artist Lorraine Loots who has been creating a miniature painting every single day since January 1, 2013.’ (via Postcards for Ants: A 365-Day Miniature Painting Project by Lorraine Loots | Colossal)