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soldado  https://kurioso.es/2012/01/31/tan-solo-un-instante-antes-de-10-fotografias-historicas/

soldado https://kurioso.es/2012/01/31/tan-solo-un-instante-antes-de-10-fotografias-historicas/

august 8, 1969. john, ringo, paul and george lining up in a candid shot from ian mcmillan's iconic  cover photoshoot for abbey road. nice of paul to help with ringo's collar.

august 8, 1969. john, ringo, paul and george lining up in a candid shot from ian mcmillan's iconic cover photoshoot for abbey road. nice of paul to help with ringo's collar.

Tan solo un instante antes de 10 fotografías históricas | Kurioso

Tan solo un instante antes de 10 fotografías históricas | Kurioso

8 - Be inspired by this article of '10 historic photographs an instant earlier' to create a layout that shows off not only the perfect shot you were hoping to get, but a not-so-perfect or unexpected photograph taken just a moment earlier. - 2 pts.

8 - Be inspired by this article of '10 historic photographs an instant earlier' to create a layout that shows off not only the perfect shot you were hoping to get, but a not-so-perfect or unexpected photograph taken just a moment earlier. - 2 pts.

Totalmente verdadero. Amor, ud es un magnífico apoyo, siempre está a la altura de las circunstancias. Te amo.

Totalmente verdadero. Amor, ud es un magnífico apoyo, siempre está a la altura de las circunstancias. Te amo.

The world’s most famous band is about to advertise an album that, in the end, would be their last: For tickets to all your favourite bands - www.tikbuzz.co.uk

The world’s most famous band is about to advertise an album that, in the end, would be their last: For tickets to all your favourite bands - www.tikbuzz.co.uk

Paul Simonon, from British band The Clash smashes his bass guitar on stage.  Photo by Penny Smith

Paul Simonon, from British band The Clash smashes his bass guitar on stage. Photo by Penny Smith

(1of 3) South Vietnamese forces escort suspected Viet Cong officer Nguyen Van Lem (also known as Bay Lop) on a Saigon street Feb. 1, 1968, early in the Tet Offensive.

Vietnam, 35 years later

(1of 3) South Vietnamese forces escort suspected Viet Cong officer Nguyen Van Lem (also known as Bay Lop) on a Saigon street Feb. 1, 1968, early in the Tet Offensive.

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