Have you ever looked at a photograph and realized that it was telling you a story about someone’s life? Sometimes, pictures can ‘transmit’ very strong feelings, touching your soul and affecting your state of mind. When you look at them you feel a quiver inside: this one made you smile, the other makes you choke back tears.
We’re convinced that the following set of photographs will make your heart beat faster and make you feel truly alive. All of them are simply beautiful in some way. Take a look.
1. The happiness of life can touch absolutely everyone.
2. The greatest of victories.
3. The most loyal friend.
4. A man of steel.
5. Up, up and away!
6. Laughter is the best medicine.
7. I will love you ’till death do us part.
8. The miracle of life.
9. Even the strongest have to cry.
10. Because I know how it feels…
11. I’m right beside you.
12. That’s one cute little general.
13. What are you afraid of?
14. True friendship.
15. Love without limits.
16. I’m here for you.
17. Welcome home, Daddy.
Bonus. Unique Historical Photographs You’ve Never Seen Before
You have no chance of attracting her attention if your opponent is Alain Delon. Even if you’re Mick Jagger.
Salvador Dali walking his pet anteater, 1969.
Osama bin Laden on vacation with his family, Sweden, 1970.
The fashion for hats, New York, 1939.
Alfred Hitchcock playing with his grandchildren, 1960.
Princeton University students after a snowball fight, 1893.
George Lucas and Steven Spielberg playing with water pistols, Sri Lanka, 1983.
A one-hundred-and-six-year-old Armenian woman defends her house, 1990.
A five-megabyte hard drive is shipped by IBM, 1956.
French women who have been accused of having affairs with German soldiers are stripped down to their underwear, some with heads shaved, as part of their public humiliation, 1944.
Flooding in Paris, 1924.
Nikola Tesla in his laboratory.
Ernest Hemingway after one of his parties.
Women protest against the forced wearing of the hijab in Iran after the Islamic Revolution, 1979.
The last photo of the Titanic before it sank, 1912.
Audrey Hepburn shopping with her pet fawn, Beverly Hills, 1958.
Dior models walking the streets of Moscow, 1956.
A Frenchman gives a light to Winston Churchill, 1944.
A smoking break during the construction of the RCA building, 1932.
Coca-Cola arrives in France, 1950.
The seal on the doors of the tomb of Tutankhamen, 1922. It had remained intact for an incredible 3,245 years.