Forgive me if this has been discussed here before. Meant to post this a while back, but I wanted to track down the image first. I saw the Henri Cartier-Bresson retrospective at the MOMA earlier this summer, and while many of the photos were from the great French photojournalist's most famous series of works--the Spanish Civil War, Gandhi's funeral, the fall of the Kuomintang to the Communists in China--there was also this one from 1960, captioned "Ann Arbor, Michigan," depicting a crowd at the Big House watching the Wolverines host Northwestern:
Cartier-Bresson's work is all about capturing "the decisive moment," as he termed it. Could this be the very first photographic evidence of Angry Michigan BLANK-Hating God in action?
"I love it that Ivy League coaches are coming to our camp and Big Ten coaches are coming to our camp. South Florida is coming. We've got about 70 schools that are coming to our camp."