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There is no tragedy,only the inevitable.Everything has its reason for being; all you have to learn is how to distinguish what will pass and what will last - Paulo Coelho "The fifth mountain"

There is no tragedy,only the inevitable.Everything has its reason for being; all you have to learn is how to distinguish what will pass and what will last - Paulo Coelho "The fifth mountain"

Fan Ho is by far one of my favorites.  I do a ton of black and white work for my own pleasure and the use of light and space is just magical!  Again using the journalist eye peeking into life passing by but using just tones and space to report back to the viewer.  I tingle every time I look at Fan Ho's work.

Fan Ho is by far one of my favorites. I do a ton of black and white work for my own pleasure and the use of light and space is just magical! Again using the journalist eye peeking into life passing by but using just tones and space to report back to the viewer. I tingle every time I look at Fan Ho's work.

birdsong27:    Edward Weston - Prelude to a Sad Spring (Margrethe Mather), 1920.  (Imogen Cunningham described the image as “poetic” and “full of dreams and, according to Imogen, Dorothea Lange “still clings to it as her first love”.)

birdsong27: Edward Weston - Prelude to a Sad Spring (Margrethe Mather), 1920. (Imogen Cunningham described the image as “poetic” and “full of dreams and, according to Imogen, Dorothea Lange “still clings to it as her first love”.)

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