Category Archives: Photography

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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