Photo of the Day | The Birds

Sasha Pivovarova by Peter Lindbergh

18 Responses to “Photo of the Day | The Birds”

  1. All fashion editorials should be eliciting that kind of response from viewers – "could be from some movie." It's what happens when photographers tell stories. And that's what good editorials are about. Lindbergh is a master. And well, you see the difference between this shot, and almost 90% of the other "editorials" displayed on FGR.

  2. All fashion editorials should be eliciting that kind of response from viewers – "could be from some movie." It's what happens when photographers tell stories. And that's what good editorials are about. Lindbergh is a master. And well, you see the difference between this shot, and almost 90% of the other "editorials" displayed on FGR.

  3. All fashion editorials should be eliciting that kind of response from viewers – "could be from some movie." It's what happens when photographers tell stories. And that's what good editorials are about. Lindbergh is a master. And well, you see the difference between this shot, and almost 90% of the other "editorials" displayed on FGR.

  4. All fashion editorials should be eliciting that kind of response from viewers – "could be from some movie." It's what happens when photographers tell stories. And that's what good editorials are about. Lindbergh is a master. And well, you see the difference between this shot, and almost 90% of the other "editorials" displayed on FGR.

    • Have you never seen Hitchcock's 1963 movie "The Birds?" The birds that attack the lead actress in that movie were, in fact, taxidermy birds attached to strings. So, yeah, there is a reason behind why the birds used in this photo are also dead. Homage.

    • Have you never seen Hitchcock's 1963 movie "The Birds?" The birds that attack the lead actress in that movie were, in fact, taxidermy birds attached to strings. So, yeah, there is a reason behind why the birds used in this photo are also dead. Homage.

    • Have you never seen Hitchcock's 1963 movie "The Birds?" The birds that attack the lead actress in that movie were, in fact, taxidermy birds attached to strings. So, yeah, there is a reason behind why the birds used in this photo are also dead. Homage.

    • Have you never seen Hitchcock's 1963 movie "The Birds?" The birds that attack the lead actress in that movie were, in fact, taxidermy birds attached to strings. So, yeah, there is a reason behind why the birds used in this photo are also dead. Homage.

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