July 3, 2003 Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of the world's greatest photographers, put down his camera nearly 30 years ago after capturing some of the 20th century's greatest historical moments and figures. NPR's Susan Stamberg visits the 94-year-old legend in Paris, where a retrospective is on display. See his photos online.
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