Photo by @trevortraynor at Machu Picchu, Peru: “I remember the journey the most. The long, dark, and humid hike to the ancient Inca ruins. By 5 a.m. I stood in the clouds almost 8,000 feet above sea level.” #machupicchu #peru #takemethere (at Machu Picchu)
LARRY CARLSON, Galaxy Garden, digital photography, 2012.
Room With a View | Maggiore Room 507, Hotel Missoni, Edinburgh
Did you know LIFE was the first magazine to find Paul McCartney and interview him during the rumors of his death?
On this day in 1969, LIFE debuted that very cover story, “The Case of the ‘Missing’ Beatle.” See more photos here.
LARRY CARLSON, SELF PORTRAIT - AUTUMN MAGIC, digital photography, 2011.
The Sept. 3, 1945, issue of LIFE introduced Linda Christian, the first Bond girl, to its millions of readers this way:
Almost before the ink was dry on headlines announcing the crash of the first atomic bomb, Hollywood had turned the event to good publicity. At the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer studio Miss Linda Christians, a hitherto obscure starlet, was solemnly proclaimed the Anatomic Bomb. Half-Mexican, half-Dutch, Linda was born in Tampico, Mexico, thinks it was 22 years ago. Her real name is Blanca Rose Welter. Her father, an oil executive, traveled widely, taking his family with him. They were in Palestine in 1941 during a bomb scare. Linda was evacuated to Mexico with a bad case of malaria, recovered, went to Hollywood to join her brother, got a job modeling hats, was seen and singed by M-G-M. So far she has been in no pictures, the publicity role of the Anatomic Bomb being her first important assignment. With long residence in Holland, Italy, France and Switzerland, Linda thinks Hollywood is wonderful.Read more here.