09 March 2011

20 July 2010

Henri Cartier-Bresson. Juvisy, France. 1938.

Another old photograph, so I'm bound to like it. I like this one because you can imagine they have been out fishing all day and are stopping to have their much needed lunch break. Looks like they brought a pretty good picnic.

See original blog post about my postcard posting project.

1 comment:

jamberry_song said...

It's such an interesting, candid-looking shot. I'm liking the composition; it's like a story in reverse. Here are the people, and the hill, and the water, and then there's the boat. Great pick. :)