Marilyn Monroe at Home in Hollywood: Color Portraits, 1953 (Time Magazine)

Alfred Eisenstaedt—Time & Life Pictures/Getty ImagesMarilyn Monroe poses casually at home, 1953

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Portrait of Actress Marilyn Monroe on Patio of Her Home

Marilyn Monroe, from a photo set by Alfred Eisenstaedt “I never quite understood it, this being a sex symbol. I always thought symbols were those things you clash together! That’s the trouble, a sex symbol becomes a thing. I just hate to be a.

The camera loved Marilyn. Marilyn loved the camera.

Marilyn at the Friars Club Testimonial Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel, New York. Photo by Ed Feingersh, March

Marilyn Monroe one of a kind

onlyoldphotography: “ Alfred Eisenstaedt: Marilyn Monroe, 1953 “When I photographed Marilyn Monroe, I mixed up my cameras - one had black-and-white film, the other color. I took many pictures. Only two color ones came out all right. My favorite.

I had never seen this picture before, but it is, I think, my favorite. It's just so... real.

One of my favourite Marilyn photos.

"I am not a perfect girl, My hair doesnt always stay in place, I spill alot of things and I'm pretty clumsy. But when I think about it and take a step back, I remember how amazing my life truly is, and maybe i like being imperfect Marilyn Monroe.