1945 e o mundo festejava o fim da segunda guerra mundial, e em meio a uma multidão de 750 mil pessoas um marinheiro mais animadinho beijava todas as mulheres a sua volta.  Foi quando ele cruzou com Edith Shain, a enfermeira, e foi quando Eisenstaedt clicou o famoso beijo no meio da Times Square.  Edith Shain a enfermeira da foto faleceu no ano de 2010 aos 92 anos, a identidade do marinheiro nunca foi descoberta. O que fica é essa imagem linda que tem um significado histórico para o mundo…

This is one of the most famous photographs from the Second World War. Apparently the nurse slapped the soldier immediately after. The event was the celebration of the end of the war and it was taken in Times Square by Alfred Eisenstaedt. New York 1945

Le silence vs la parole

: "Il y a des silences qui en disent long comme il y a des paroles qui ne signifient rien " Edith Piaf There are silences that speak volumes as there are words that mean nothing

Of course you dont regret anything. Get back to me when you have stretch marks.

Of course you “don’t regret anything.“ Get back to me when you have stretch marks.

placement - French text tattoo "je ne regrette nien" which translates to "I regret nothing"

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22 Insanely Delicious Recipes to Make in Your Cast Iron Skillet

22 Insanely Delicious Recipes for your Cast Iron Skillet Never would we think of making artichoke spinach dip, pizza, lasagna or orange-spiced rolls in a skillet. But this collection of recipes shows that there are many delicious apps, mains, and desse

Non, rien de rien- Edith Piaf <3

Edith Piaf: Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien

Grace Kelly To Catch A Thief

Edith Head film costume sketches featured in exhibit at Bartlesville's Price Tower

Cinema Style: Edith Head, Fashion Icon Sketch for Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief

Let It Go Are we becoming a nation of hoarders? ~ Little Edie Beale in Grey Gardens, the home she shared with her mother, in 1972.

Let It Go

Let It Go: Are We Becoming a Nation of Hoarders? by Joan Acocella, featured in The New Yorker, December 2014 issue.

Edith Piaf: The voice of Paris. This woman believed every word she ever sang. She put meaning in every note and blessed her audience by pouring out her heart for them. She is truly an inspiration. An incredible human.

Edith Piaf by Jean-Philippe Charbonnier, 1962 Édith Piaf born Édith Giovanna Gassion, was a French singer and cultural icon widely regarded as France's greatest popular singer.

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Edith Wharton...among other great works of fiction (Ethan Frome, Age of Innocence etc) Wharton wrote many books on France and Italian gardens and architecture

among other great works of fiction (Ethan Frome, Age of Innocence etc) Wharton wrote many books on France and Italian gardens and architecture - she even wrote a collection of ghost stories - such a versatile writer!

Quote from a beautiful Édith Piaf song, meaning "No, I regret nothing." I love this song and this quote.

Non Je Ne Regrette Rien - Gold Foil Print/ French Inspired Poster