Umbrellas and swimmers dot Arpoador Beach in Rio de Janiero, Brazil, March 1955.Photograph by Charles Allmon, National Geographic
Portrait of an Ojibway, or Chippewa Indian girl in 1907.
Photograph by Roland W. Reed, National Geographic
Botafogo Bay and Rio de Janeiro at night, September 1920.Photograph by Carlos Bippus, National Geographic
A woman walks a dachshund across pavement with undulating wave patterns in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, March 1955.Photograph by Charles Allmon, National Geographic
Geysers of sand explode as geologists probe for oil-bearing land in Saudi Arabia, January 1966.Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic
The stone and concrete ampitheatre of the Colosseum in Rome, October 1979.Photograph by O. Louis Mazzatenta, National Geographic
Happy hikers pass in front of Table Mountain in Washington, April 1960.Photograph by B. Anthony Stewart, National Geographic
A sailor gets a tattoo on his arm in Virginia.Photograph by Paul L. Pryor, National Geographic
It was very difficult to be Patsey, and it was very difficult to leave her alone at the end of the day. I don’t think it was ever possible for me to leave her completely on the set. But it was a privilege to be in that place of grief, it was hard, but I just felt so privileged to do it because, at the end of the day, my discomfort and my unease were temporary, and hers was not. And so always remembering that this was true for someone, and I have the privilege of just doing it in an imaginary world …
Tom Michael Fletcher has fought against depression, eating disorders and bipolarity. Now he is a happy married man, he has been on a successful band with his three best friends in the world for ten years, and he’s going to be a father really soon. Tom is an example of self-improvement and an inspiration for everyone.
the pain doesn’t go away. you just make room for it.