Sunday, September 16, 2012

Before Photo-Blogging was Kool...

Quite by chance yesterday, I heard on the radio a brief commentary about the late Vivian Maier. Described as a "free spirit", she did interesting street photography in several countries from the 1950-1990's. Oddly, or perhaps because she couldn't afford to, she either did not develop or only had negatives made of her thousands of rolls of mainly black and white film. Her work was discovered after her death in auctioned-off storage lockers.

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