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Jumping for Joy, France, 1988 122232HC

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  • In Prints: Print
  • Subject Type: Signed
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A student celebrates Bastille Day at the Louvre, jumping for joy.

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Jumping for Joy: Hors d' commerce

James Stanfield

Many NG photographs are the result of a highly talented photographer combining his or her skill with research and planning. But sometimes a wonderful image is just a fleeting opportunity, such as Jim Stanfield's joyful image of a young Parisian girl kicking up her heels outside the Louvre Pyramid, designed by architect I.M. Pei. While Jim was in France to document the French Bicentennial, he passed by as the child was being photographed by a friend and snapped two quick shots.

The resulting image of carefree innocence, energy and joy has been a favorite at NG since July 1989, when it first appeared in National Geographic magazine.

Publication History:

National Geographic magazine, July 1989, photo p. 1

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LOCATION: Paris, France

CAPTURE DATE: 1989

MEDIUM: Chromogenic Photograph

EDITION: 30

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