cartier-bresson_small.jpg As a child I was captivated by Henri Cartier-Bresson’s black and white photographs. I remember being mesmerized by a book of his photographs my parents left out on the coffee table. His “decisive moments” are so utterly perfect. At left is the Gare Saint-Lazare, the Paris train station in 1932. Yes, I thought about becoming a photojournalist… He died this week in France at age 95. Interesting obits in today’s New York Times and Washington Post. Follow the links in the Times’ article to a slide show from his book, “The Decisive Moment,” published in 1952. Matisse designed the cover.