Category Archives: Photography

Statue

Musicians and politicians standing for photos. Some musicians even engaging assistants, as part of the entourage, to take the pictures. Politicians standing as, one by one, the people come up for photos. Almost like a form of Santa Claus photo. … Continue reading

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Saw it, true

Sonja and Thomas Bata: While pursuing her love of architecture as a student at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, Bata fell in love with and married Unclear who took the picture, but there was a particular eye

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Its own symmetry

Shadow of an empty full time

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Downtown Sunflower

After the rain. Looking up the street from the office and Metal height, yellow stretch Ride that bicycle somewhere

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Vote

Afghanistan, 2005. When given the vote, people overcome…

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Carriage

From a profile by Anne Tucker of photographer Berenice Abbott (1898-1991), in The Woman’s Eye (1973): Abbott’s commitment to photography became an integral part of her life very early. One of her first acts was to purchase the prints and … Continue reading

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Photo Blur

So one tries to photograph white clouds reflected in light. Camera not seeing what the eye sees, plus a possible unsteady hand moving to something else: And it says something very different. Has happened a number of times before. Camera … Continue reading

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Away

Picked up a 1971 Time-Life book, Photojournalism, from the public library used bookstore. Transfixed by a particular photo from 1942, by I. Russell Sorgi. First time seen by me, though it appears to be quite famous. When one searches “I. … Continue reading

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Image

From Bloomberg Business, “The World’s Coolest and Largest Winter Festival“, in relation to the ice sculptures of Harbin, China: Together and alone:

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Source of the image

Wanted to get the doctoral dissertation up, again. Had been up on a University of Ottawa server that was taken down, so every time the dissertation referenced, no longer accessible. So started a related site. Needed an image. Came up … Continue reading

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