Photographs by Frank

1 September 2021

(Trying Not To Be) Garry Winogrand

Filed under: Misc.,Summer — Frank @ 10:11 AM

Garry Winogrand was a street photographer who is known for the large amount of undeveloped and unprinted film he left behind when he died in 1984.

The first four exposures shown below were made in New Boston, NH back in June, on one of the hottest, stickiest days of the summer. I was driving back from the Boston, MA area and noticed some old cars sitting by the side of the road. They sat on my memory card until yesterday.

I initially drove past these cars being content to stay in the air conditioned comfort of my truck. It took me a half a mile to convince myself to turn around and go back to explore.

The last three photos are what passes for street photography in my neck of the woods. They were made a couple of days ago on an afternoon walk down our road.

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1 Comment

  1. I remember scenes like all of these on the Key Peninsula across the bridge from Tacoma in Washington State.

    Comment by Mary Jo Kelly Wilhelm — 1 September 2021 @ 10:59 AM

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