Will You Be My Valentine?

Will You Be My Valentine?
Published: Feb 14, 2021
In the words of W. H. Auden, “The way to read a fairy tale is to throw yourself in.” Well, in romance, for some of us it's a fairy tale, for others it's the real deal. His worthy point is: Hesitate not. What follows is from us to you, a collection of photographs asking the question.


Cartier Bression, lovers in Paris, journal of wild culture ©2021

'Lovers in Paris.' Ile de la Cité. Square du Vert-Galant. 1955. By Henri Cartier-Bresson. [o]






Lovers on a train, Cartier-Bresson, journal of wild culture ©2021.png

'Tokyo train to Kamakura with young lovers. Japan, 1961.' By René Burri. [o]






William Gedney, San Francisco, 1967, journal of wild culture ©2021

San Francisco, 1967. By William Gedney. [o]






Gary Winogrand, two with cocktails, journal of wild culture

Metropolitan Opera, New York City, c. 1951. Garry Winograd. [o]






One suit, two men. Brassai, journal of wild culture ©2021

'One Suit For Two, at Magic City.' 1931. By Brassaï. [o]







Brassai, men's club dancers, journal of wild culture ©2021

Young couple wearing a two-in-one suit at the Bal de la Montagne Sainte Genevieve. c. 1931. By Brassaï. [o]






Brassai, At the Cubane Cubaine, journal of wild culture ©2021

At the Cabane Cubaine in Montmartre.' c. 1932. By Brassaï. [o]






Dictators, by David Godlis, journal of wild culture ©2021

'The Dictators, CBGB, NYC, 1976.' By David Godlis. [o]






Naples, 1960. Cartier-Bresson. journal of wild culture ©2021

'Naples, 1960.' By Henri Cartier-Bresson. [o]






Pagan & Katy, by Joan E. Biren, journal of wild culture ©2021

'Pagan and Kady at home in Monticello, N.Y., in 1978.' By Joan E. Biren. [o]






The Dancers, ©David Gonzalez, journal of wild culture ©2021

'The Dancers.' 1979. By David Gonzalez. [o]








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