John & Yoko, 1971
One of John & Yoko’s two “Bed-ins For Peace”, March 25-31, 1969, Room 902 of the Amsterdam Hilton, by Mark & Colleen Hayward
John & Yoko at Niagra Falls, June 4, 1969, via Yoko’s official Flickr.
After a week-long Bed-In for Peace in Montreal and a Peace conference at The University of Ottawa, John and Yoko visited Niagara Falls in Canada at 4pm on Wednesday 4 June 1969. They were on their way to Toronto and then home to London. On the same day (4 June 1969), the Beatles single “The Ballad Of John and Yoko” was released.
John and Yoko photo shoot for “Look Magazine”, 1968
Photographer: Susan Wood
Alt take from John Lennon’s final photo session with Yoko Ono and Annie Leibovitz for the cover of Rolling Stone, December 8, 1980. John was killed five hours later. More photos here.
John & Yoko on Wall Street, New York 1971, by Iain Macmillan.
John & Yoko in the kitchen at Tittenhurst, 1971, by George Konig
“When I met Yoko and fell in love, I was just experiencing that thing knowing that ‘My God!’ this is different from anything before this is something other you know, this is well, I don’t know what it is, but this is fine. This is ‘Thank you, thank you, you know.’ It’s more than a hit record. It’s more than gold,. It’s more than everything it’s more than. This is something indescribable!’ ~ John Lennon, 1980 (via freshindependence)
John Lennon & Yoko Ono, 1971, by Raeanne Rubenstein
John Lennon & Yoko Ono at Tittenhurst, 1971, by George Konig. Nice pants, man.