Do you ever wonder how an author would describe you in a novel; not just your appearance but the way you hold yourself and the emotions portrayed on your face. From the frown lines to the minute creases on your cheeks from smiling an excessive amount. Have you masked your true emotions well enough or would they all finally spill out onto a page?

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 Bob Dylan in London during a world tour, May 3, 1966
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Newcastle teenagers dance the twist
January, 1962
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Crowd near the Drill Hall on the opening day of the Treason Trial, December 19, 1956 - photo by Eli Weinberg
(Rise and Fall of Apartheid)
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Todd Richardson
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Nelson Mandela, Treason Trial, 1958. Photograph by Jurgen Schadeberg
Nelson Mandela, 1918-2013
A few places to look at the many great photographs of this great man…
NYTimes Lens Blog: Mandela as Dissident, Liberator and Statesman
Time Magazine Lightbox: A Tribute to Nelson Mandela by Pulitzer Winner David Turnley
Slate.com: Nelson Mandela, A Life in Photographs
New York Times obituary
Next week’s New Yorker cover

More to come
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Steve McQueen
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Ky
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Seeing double: Beaton strikes a pose in 1930   [+](Not attributed and not identified as a Self-portrait yet)
from: Cut and paste: Cecil Beaton’s private scrapbooks have finally been published — The Indepedant, 8 January 2011 (also in Corbis)
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Nelson Mandela  (18.07.1918 - 05.12.2013)Foto Estocolmo, 1990
Premio Nobel de la Paz, 1993
© Hans Gedda-Sygma Corbis 
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