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Shelby Lee Adams,  "Ironic that some say my photographs are misrepresenting them, when I am not photographing the established that are speaking out, but something more interior to us all, our behaviors to each other. Some rural successful are the one's who refuse and deny some of their fellow man in need of help, support and encouragement, their own neighbor's. I do not create the conditions I photograph within.  Portraits mirror ourselves and our behaviors to each other. I photograph within…

Appalachian People inbreeding- Shelby Lee Adams - Essays and Interviews: "Mountain Voices" and "All .

Martha and Kizzie with Recycled Water Bottles, '09

Photo by Shelby Lee Adams 2004 (People of Appalachia) the jars keep the evil spirit out.

Wife and child of one of the settlers near Old Ragged Mountains, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

Wife and child of one of the settlers near Old Ragged Mountains, Shenandoah National Park, Virginia. Library of Congress.(nice to see kids still pickin their noses in pictures)

anthony luke's not-just-another-photoblog Blog: Photographer Shelby Lee Adams' Appalachia

Adams has photographed Appalachian families since the He had first encountered the poor families of the Appalachian mountains as.

The Zion Tabernacle Church in downtown Durham NC attracted "police and spectators" to the Pentacostal congregation's snake handling during services; the building was torn down in 2008.

The Zion Tabernacle Church in downtown Durham NC attracted "police and spectators" to the Pentacostal congregation's snake handling during services; the building was torn down in

Shelby Lee Adams' photographs of Appalachian families. See more here http://anthonylukephotography.blogspot.com/2011/08/photographer-shelby-lee-adams.html

Shelby Lee Adams - Essays and Interviews: "Mountain Voices" and "Collected Quotes"

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