just hang'n out... (robert doisneau)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Robert Doisneau why didnt I ever think of using this as a way to keep my children under supervision or as a punishment when they were young.probably because they would have enjoyed it.funny, whimsical children at play photo.hung out to dry

Le Baiser de l’Hotel De Ville, 1950, by Robert Doisneau. | 6 Vintage Photos That Prove Paris In The Springtime Is Magical

Robert Doisneau: Le baiser de L’Hôtel de Ville, Paris (also known as “The Kiss”), 1950 “ There is scarcely a photograph of our times that has achieved the popularity of Robert Doisneau’s The Kiss in.

le remorquer du champs de mars, paris. 194 - robert doisneau.

Doisneau, el fotógrafo de lo cotidiano

Robert Doisneau: Le remorqueur du Champs de Mars, Paris, 1943 Walters smith Honore this would be such a cute picture to reenact with Cecily and Ambrose when they are older. Obviously maybe not in Paris though haha

Alain Delon photographié par Robert Doisneau à la Place Saint-Marc en 1962.                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

30 photographes déjantés qui sont prêts à TOUT pour réussir le cliché parfait.

Atelier Robert Doisneau | Galeries virtuelles des photographies de Doisneau - Publicité:

Robert Doisneau :: Paulette Dubost pose for Simca, 1959 (from Advertisement portfolio) more [+] by this photographer

ROBERT DOISNEAU: VEJA SUAS FANTÁSTICAS FOTOS

ROBERT DOISNEAU: VEJA SUAS FANTÁSTICAS FOTOS

Adorable. Robert Doisneau - this legendary image has been 'copied' by many photographers over the years.

what a great photo.little boys who imitate men.a very important observation in life.your little man is always watching you.

Baiser Passage Versailles, by Robert Doisneau 1950

Geeky terrarium centerpieces FTW!

Catch movement from other objects passing the couple by as they stay stationary, wrapped in their own moment Robert Doisneau - Baiser Passage Versailles, Paris, 1950

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