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I met this man in Harlem. While walking on 5th Avenue, my rings slipped from my finger onto the sidewalk. He came over and suggested I sellotape my rings to my fingers, to avoid loosing them in the future. Then he showed me his own prized jewels.

Coney Island, Brooklyn

Coney Island, Brooklyn

So much pink, popping.

So much pink, popping.

School bus depot

School bus depot

Underneath the bridge

Underneath the bridge

'Stand Up, Beautiful'
View - Brooklyn to Manhattan 

'Stand Up, Beautiful'

View - Brooklyn to Manhattan 

A working party of the Manchester Regiment moving up to the trenches near Serre in France, January 1917

Click on image to be taken to The Guardian online, and how the first world war changed north-west England in pictures.

A working party of the Manchester Regiment moving up to the trenches near Serre in France, January 1917

Click on image to be taken to The Guardian online, and how the first world war changed north-west England in pictures.

Click to play ‘The Arcade’, my first film.

www.vimeo.com/roxannecourtney

Click to play ‘The Arcade’, my first film.

www.vimeo.com/roxannecourtney

To mark the birthday of the late Marlon Brando, born April 3rd 1924.

To mark the birthday of the late Marlon Brando, born April 3rd 1924.

Coney Island, New York, 1952, by Garry Winogrand from the Family of Man exhibition
The Family of Man - a picture from the past

'The Family of Man was a ground-breaking post-war exhibition curated by Edward Steichen. It was composed of 503 photographs which were grouped together thematically with universal subjects such as love and death. Steichen conceived it as a manifesto for peace, equality and “the essential oneness of mankind.” It toured the world for 8 years exhibiting in 37 countries and it became the most successful photography exhibition of all time with more than 10 million people seeing it. The entire exhibition has a permanent home at Clervaux Castle in Luxembourg, Steichen's native country. Steichen was born on 27 March 1879' - The Guardian

Coney Island, New York, 1952, by Garry Winogrand from the Family of Man exhibition
The Family of Man - a picture from the past

'The Family of Man was a ground-breaking post-war exhibition curated by Edward Steichen. It was composed of 503 photographs which were grouped together thematically with universal subjects such as love and death. Steichen conceived it as a manifesto for peace, equality and “the essential oneness of mankind.” It toured the world for 8 years exhibiting in 37 countries and it became the most successful photography exhibition of all time with more than 10 million people seeing it. The entire exhibition has a permanent home at Clervaux Castle in Luxembourg, Steichen's native country. Steichen was born on 27 March 1879' - The Guardian

I met this man in Harlem. While walking on 5th Avenue, my rings slipped from my finger onto the sidewalk. He came over and suggested I sellotape my rings to my fingers, to avoid loosing them in the future. Then he showed me his own prized jewels.

Wall St.

Wall St.

Day at the beach

Day at the beach

Coney Island, Brooklyn

Coney Island, Brooklyn

So much pink, popping.

So much pink, popping.

School bus depot

School bus depot

Picnic tables

Picnic tables

Breakfast Dog

Breakfast Dog

Underneath the bridge

Underneath the bridge

'Stand Up, Beautiful'
View - Brooklyn to Manhattan 

'Stand Up, Beautiful'

View - Brooklyn to Manhattan 

Dumbo, Brooklyn

Dumbo, Brooklyn

A working party of the Manchester Regiment moving up to the trenches near Serre in France, January 1917

Click on image to be taken to The Guardian online, and how the first world war changed north-west England in pictures.

A working party of the Manchester Regiment moving up to the trenches near Serre in France, January 1917

Click on image to be taken to The Guardian online, and how the first world war changed north-west England in pictures.

Click to play ‘The Arcade’, my first film.

www.vimeo.com/roxannecourtney

Click to play ‘The Arcade’, my first film.

www.vimeo.com/roxannecourtney

To mark the birthday of the late Marlon Brando, born April 3rd 1924.

To mark the birthday of the late Marlon Brando, born April 3rd 1924.

Coney Island, New York, 1952, by Garry Winogrand from the Family of Man exhibition
The Family of Man - a picture from the past

'The Family of Man was a ground-breaking post-war exhibition curated by Edward Steichen. It was composed of 503 photographs which were grouped together thematically with universal subjects such as love and death. Steichen conceived it as a manifesto for peace, equality and “the essential oneness of mankind.” It toured the world for 8 years exhibiting in 37 countries and it became the most successful photography exhibition of all time with more than 10 million people seeing it. The entire exhibition has a permanent home at Clervaux Castle in Luxembourg, Steichen's native country. Steichen was born on 27 March 1879' - The Guardian

Coney Island, New York, 1952, by Garry Winogrand from the Family of Man exhibition
The Family of Man - a picture from the past

'The Family of Man was a ground-breaking post-war exhibition curated by Edward Steichen. It was composed of 503 photographs which were grouped together thematically with universal subjects such as love and death. Steichen conceived it as a manifesto for peace, equality and “the essential oneness of mankind.” It toured the world for 8 years exhibiting in 37 countries and it became the most successful photography exhibition of all time with more than 10 million people seeing it. The entire exhibition has a permanent home at Clervaux Castle in Luxembourg, Steichen's native country. Steichen was born on 27 March 1879' - The Guardian

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