6:54 pm - Mon, Aug 15, 2011

You may be the one my mother warned me about… But then again yours told you one day I would come along.

8:46 pm - Thu, Jul 14, 2011
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6:37 am
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Jean Shrimpton
By Terry O’Neill

Jean Shrimpton
By Terry O’Neill

6:07 am
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Bridget Bardot (1970)
By Terry O’Neill 
"I was the official photographer on the set of the film Les Novices in 1970 in France, despite barely knowing a word of French. Between takes, I stumbled upon Brigitte Bardot sleeping. As if on cue, the dog jumped onto the bed and stuck his tongue out. Brigitte woke with a start and began to laugh - but not before I’d taken my shot." -Terry, Daily Mail

Bridget Bardot (1970)
By Terry O’Neill

"I was the official photographer on the set of the film Les Novices in 1970 in France, despite barely knowing a word of French. Between takes, I stumbled upon Brigitte Bardot sleeping. As if on cue, the dog jumped onto the bed and stuck his tongue out. Brigitte woke with a start and began to laugh - but not before I’d taken my shot." -Terry, Daily Mail

5:56 am
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Marianne Faithfull (1964)
By Terry O’Neill
"I was a very lost little girl but, better now, thank you."

Marianne Faithfull (1964)
By Terry O’Neill

"I was a very lost little girl but, better now, thank you."

5:15 am
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Roger Daltry (1978)
By Terry O’Neill
The lead singer of the Who, at home in Sussex, England.

Roger Daltry (1978)
By Terry O’Neill

The lead singer of the Who, at home in Sussex, England.

4:10 am
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Mick Jagger (1963)
By Terry O’ Neill

Mick Jagger (1963)
By Terry O’ Neill

4:03 am
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Bridget Bardot 
By Terry O’Neill
"I had been hired to get publicity images from the set of The Legend of Frenchie King, a film Brigitte Bardot was doing in Spain… She had a stature and a presence that were extraordinary. I was drunk on how stunning she was.
I found a spot some distance away from her. The wind was blowing, and she had a cigar as part of a scene. I was surrounded by hundreds of people, and was praying they didn’t move or jostle me, as I had this perfect composition. I just wanted the wind to blow once more – and it did. Then everyone started pushing and shoving and I lost the place – but I knew I had that frame. It was a picture in a million.” -Terry, The Guardian

Bridget Bardot
By Terry O’Neill

"I had been hired to get publicity images from the set of The Legend of Frenchie King, a film Brigitte Bardot was doing in Spain… She had a stature and a presence that were extraordinary. I was drunk on how stunning she was.
I found a spot some distance away from her. The wind was blowing, and she had a cigar as part of a scene. I was surrounded by hundreds of people, and was praying they didn’t move or jostle me, as I had this perfect composition. I just wanted the wind to blow once more – and it did. Then everyone started pushing and shoving and I lost the place – but I knew I had that frame. It was a picture in a million.” -Terry, The Guardian

3:40 am
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David Bowie - Shoot for Diamond Dogs (1974)
Terry O’Neill
"Unexpectedly the dog suddenly leaped up at me, and Bowie’s expression changed. The harder you work and the more pictures you take the more decisive moments you capture. It’s all down to experience, being ready for it, anticipating it." -Terry

David Bowie - Shoot for Diamond Dogs (1974)
Terry O’Neill

"Unexpectedly the dog suddenly leaped up at me, and Bowie’s expression changed. The harder you work and the more pictures you take the more decisive moments you capture. It’s all down to experience, being ready for it, anticipating it." -Terry

11:59 am - Tue, Jul 12, 2011
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Janis Joplin - Standing Nude (1967)
"Guess what, I might be the first hippie pinup girl." -Janis
By Bob Seidemann

Janis Joplin - Standing Nude (1967)

"Guess what, I might be the first hippie pinup girl." -Janis

By Bob Seidemann

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