Grain destined for export stacked on Madras beaches (February 1877) I've started writing a series of posts on photography on World...
I knew it, knew it! Could smell that summer swan song all the way over here...Thanks, for another great Spring session- enjoy the holiday, "see" ya in Sept!
Thanks Stan and have a lovely summer too!
Of course, you do know that you are in direct violation (and I need not point out that it's not the first time) of the blogspot summer vacation stipulation (Section 8, Paragraph 4) which states (and I quote): "Summer vacation, or "holiday" as the case may be (consisting of at least, but not shorter than, two weeks), may not commence before noon of the summer solstice." Furthermore, I assume you are, in fact, familiar with the rather pernicious consequences.PS- Love that photo by the way...
To hell with you and your rules, Stan! And damn the consequences! Glad you like the picture, Stan, it's one of my favourite places, Rhossili in Wales - the wetsuit is a wonderful thing but it would be nice to get in there one day without one. Not this year though!
Hi Colin,I too was wondering when you were going to sign off for the summer. Have a great one!By the way thanks to you I looked at the images from Chris Killip's Seacoal series on his website and I really liked it. Something about his work that really gives one a sense of that community without the kind of overt drama that Salgado often seems to use in his books.
thanks Rajiv. Glad you like Seacoal. I'm enjoying that and Horizonville by Yann Gross - which is a different kind of community but really good as well.
have a great summer Colin, hope it's a creative and inspirational one.
Thanks Deborah and Darrell - have lovely, creative summers as well.
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