"To take a picture,
Is to capture a moment,
To stop time,
To preserve the way were were,
The way we are,
They say a picture speaks a thousand words,
So will these photographs,
It will recreate some wonderful,
Magical moments in our lives,
Hopefully, this journey will be a stimulant,
To create a brighter successful tomorrow"
- Michael Jackson
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tally777:

My actual real-life Polaroid of Michael Jackson. OH I love this thing! It’s been Prestick-ed up in every room I’ve ever lived in since he came to South Africa on tour in 1997. My dad was on an unrelated shoot at a hotel at the time and just spotted MJ and took this picture of Michael in his aviators and full regalia. Plus it totally looks like he has a halo ♥
Andie Peeves, via Matilde Beatriz Latini


if you don’t think this is cool then you’re wrong. 

tally777:

My actual real-life Polaroid of Michael Jackson. OH I love this thing! It’s been Prestick-ed up in every room I’ve ever lived in since he came to South Africa on tour in 1997. My dad was on an unrelated shoot at a hotel at the time and just spotted MJ and took this picture of Michael in his aviators and full regalia. Plus it totally looks like he has a halo ♥

Andie Peeves, via Matilde Beatriz Latini

if you don’t think this is cool then you’re wrong. 

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lacienegasmiled:

The side of Michael Jackson they don’t show you: his ACTUAL RACE.

On 6th February 1984, after winning an unprecedented number of AMA awards Michael spoke to black publication JET magazine about people in his life he was thankful for; Stevie Wonder, who expresses pride of race in his music.

“That’s why I love Stevie Wonder’s album called Songs in The Key of Life… He had a song called Black Man and I just jumped up screaming when I heard that record because he’s showing the world what the Black man has done and what other races have done… He named it Black Man and all these people who have got the album sing it. And that’s the best way to bring about the truth.”

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alwayspeechless:

"[It was like] recording a fog. I couldn’t put my finger on it. You could put your hand right through the sound. [He had] this little, wispy-like voice. It was less mature than it is today." - Joe Tarsia (Philadelphia International recording engineer) on recording Michael’s "then-diminutive" vocals in 1976-1977.

alwayspeechless:

"[It was like] recording a fog. I couldn’t put my finger on it. You could put your hand right through the sound. [He had] this little, wispy-like voice. It was less mature than it is today." - Joe Tarsia (Philadelphia International recording engineer) on recording Michael’s "then-diminutive" vocals in 1976-1977.