Ethel & Bobby Kennedy, 1945 - “It’s inspired a photograph that I saw and ugh its a black and white photo. I saw it about two years ago. And this before I knew anything about Robert F Kennedy or Ethel. And I ugh just saw picture. It was these two young kids dancing at a dance. And ugh below it, it said Ethel and Robert Kennedy. 1945 - Age 17. And I wrote this song just based on what I saw in the picture. And its on my new album. Its a song called Starlight..” —Taylor Swift
if I wake up tomorrow, I’m lucky. (:
why is making friends so difficult? like why can’t it be socially acceptable to be like “hey you’re cool! lets be best friends”
so incredibly true. I want to ask old people their stories. if they’re still alive, I better take the chance to learn something about their stories. everyone has a story and has the right to be heard
Photographs: Tom Hussey
This is remarkably well done, I really like it.
These carry such an powerful message. When you see an old person you just think ‘oh, and old man or woman. Ugh, they’re so boring.’ These people are much more than what you see. They’ve had lives, they’ve done and accomplished many, many things. They’re not just some ‘old person’.
Very impressive concept. Now this is photography!
I love reblogging this when ever it shows up.