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  • Famous Lost Photos

    Posted by Jonathan on March 11th, 2005 (All posts by )

    H. Cartier-Bresson: Manatee on the Banks of the Marne River (1938)


    6 Responses to “Famous Lost Photos”

    1. incognit Says:

      A sea cow!

    2. Jonathan Says:

      Mais oui, mon cher Incog. Une vache de mer. C’est incroyable!

    3. Tyouth Says:

      I had a 21′ sailboat in the early 1980s and for 3 or 4 years I was with it on weekends.

      I took up residence in (southwest) Forida only a couple years before this and was not acquainted with the manatee. The first time I saw one in the wild was in a fresh wind and two foot seas about a quarter mile off Cayo Costa. It was about fifty yards from me and I had only a glimpse of it between waves and was amazed. Not knowing what I saw I truly thought I might have been halucinating.

      dragons and beasties, oh my!

    4. j.scott barnard Says:

      Any manatees left without blade marks on their backs?

    5. Mitch Says:

      That reminds me — what happened to ?

    6. Jonathan Says:

      Maybe the Manatee Liberation Front got to him.