On this day 35 years ago, Jure Franko won the first medal at the Winter Olympics Sarajevo 1984 for Slovenia (then Yugoslavia). Silver medal in giant slalom. This photo was made four days later on 18 February 1984, Malo Polje, Igman, Sarajevo. Ski jumping, the results on the board after the first series. The final winner was Matti Nykänen, the best Slovenian (Yugoslav) Tomaž Dolar on 11th place. #photooftheday#photography
Eugene Bremond House Built in 1873 for Eugene Bremond, one of the heads of the Bremond family, this home was expanded just four years later to reach the size it is today. It sits down the street from the North-Evans Chateau and is a classic Victorian with Southern touches, double columns, and a large wraparound porch. Austin‘s Bremond Block is a historic group of 11 houses built between 1850 and 1910. These Victorian-style homes are part of one of the only remaining upper-class neighborhoods of its time. John and Eugene Bremond, high-society Austinites in the banking and merchandising world, built ...
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Fifty years ago, on January 30 1969, The Beatles had their last performance on the roof 3 Savile Row, London. Their business card from the very beginning. Northern Fan Club, Liverpool, Freda Kelly Secretary. Don't bother, it is not for sale... #photooftheday#phoneography
Dušan Makavejev died. The genius director of the Yugoslav Black Wave. We secretly watched his movie WR - The Mysteries of the Organism. WR was an abbreviation for Wilhelm Reich. The organism was mistakenly understood by many as an orgasm. We watched naked Jagoda Kaloper, an outstanding actress Milena Dravic and Tuli Kupferberg of The Fugs. Scene from the movie. #dusanmakavejev#yugoslavblackwave
Narcissus - a beautiful youth who rejected the nymph Echo and fell in love with his own reflection in a pool. He pined away and was changed into the flower that bears his name. #photooftheday#photography