I hope to post photographs and bits of interesting photographic news and history on this site. I will try to keep it interesting and not so mundane. I will appreciate any feedback.
The details of my life can be read in my resume. One of the more interesting things is that 76 years ago I got my start in Siler City. I had no ties to Chatham County and returning to this place has no real planned significance. As Al Wood said after the Heels loss to Indiana in a Final Four years ago, “Sometimes it just be’s that way.” A lot of my life, and I suspect many others, just happened “to be that way.” I will probably beat that topic to a pulp. We shall see.
The photos below come from France and Cuba. Neither in big cities, but near to the large cities.The one on the left is a protestor who asked me to take his picture; the other is just a dog who has found bit of shade in Baracoa, a fishing village outside Havana. These pictures represent what I am interested in. I love to photograph people doing their thing. I have little or no interest in studio photography, but I have great respect for those who pursue that style photography. In the other image I find the various lines intriguing.
And, I really like dogs.