Taken with my new (used) 1982 Leitz Summilux 35mm f/1.4 lens.
The real director’s cut of Blade Runner seems to be here. I like the portrait of Ridley Scott, by Robert Maxwell:
Taken with Will’s camera.
Part of Flora, and upcoming series.
Alison’s decorations never failed to impress. Toninho is arriving early as usual!
With ‘Kait’s’ water jar, no less!
Noah, Kait, Sonya and wine.
Ryan, Kim, Amber and Margo around the fire-pit in the Playground’s garden.
“Russell Lee made you feel comfortable and glad to be with him. He had one of the most important assets for a photojournalist or documentary photographer: a talent for relating to strangers.” — J.B. Colson (On Russell Lee.)
“…Not only that. The basic fundamental difference between these two kinds of photographers is that one is totally self-centered, totally selfish, and the other one is self-centered but EXTREMELY generous at the same time. It’s an odd combination but there you are.” — Elliott Erwitt (On Robert Capa.)
Luke and crew at a Playground party.
Here is a statement from an entrepreneur whose only desire is to sell advertising on your cell phone. “Kids want to be connected to their friends at all times.” Really? I didn’t when I was a kid. I had friends. We spent our days in the streets and backyards where we lived. We had no devices except those we rigged up for fun. Were we any less kids when all we had were waxed cords, two tin cans and a hope that we might hear our voices across the courtyard spanning our apartment houses?
I will be walking around the center of Rome photographing during la Notte Bianca tonight.
In the courtyard of Castel San’Angelo.
In the courtyard inside Castel Sant’Angelo.
Isola Elba can be seen, dimly, on the horizon of the Tyrrhenian Sea, the Sea of the Etruscans.
View from Campese to Castello on the top of the hill.