This photo, taken by bystander Charles Bronson, shows JFK's car on
Elm Street during the assassination, seconds prior to the third and
fatal shot that struck the President in the head.

Bronson's picture is a bit blurry, but it's also a fascinating image, in that
it shows the limousine and many of the Dealey Plaza witnesses from a
unique vantage point (opposite Abraham Zapruder, who can be seen,
although not clearly, filming the motorcade from atop the concrete
pedestal on the left side of this photograph).

Visible in this picture are: "Umbrella Man" (with an open umbrella being
held above his head), the Newman family, Charles Brehm and son,
Mary Moorman, Jean Hill, the "Babushka Lady", and Mr. Zapruder.