Joe Carter scores the winning run of the 1993 World Series
Photo by Chuck Solomon via @si_vault/twitter
From a story on the Ringling Bros. Circus in the April 4, 1949, issue of LIFE. The caption for this picture: “Nothing but circus all day every day is the happy fate of these two performers’ tots, who sit around the big tent watching as the pretty Miss Lola practices on a tightwire and an acrobat balances an odd contraption on his feet.”
See more photos by Nina Leen here.
(Nina Leen—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)
Photographer Seth Casteel
Happy weekend, folks! May all your weekends be blessed with underwater dogs.
Love Neil Leifer
Just a few of the amazing photos from the CClone 365-2011 Project.
Tribute in Light – absolutely spellbinding timelapse captured over a 12-hour period on the 10th anniversary of 9/11 by photographer James Duncan Davidson (whom you might recognize as the official TED photographer)
“The real world is where you take pictures for Facebook”
Brilliant piece about nostalgia for the present
Comiskey Park, 1957
Sherm Lollar catching unidentified pitcher as Ted Williams waits to bat
(photo by Frank Scherschel, for LIFE)
The zeppelin Hindenburg floats past the Empire State Building over Manhattan on Aug. 8, 1936. The German airship was en route to Lakehurst, New Jersey, from Germany. The Hindenburg would later explode in a spectacular fireball above Lakehurst on May 6, 1937. (AP Photo)
THIS IS SO COOL.