Here’s a delightful photo of Wendy and Peter Jannelle, owners of Fifty-Six Union Restaurant on Nantucket Island, photographed for the 2014 Hingham Institution for Savings annual report:
I was just walking down the streets of San Francisco when I came across this scene of 2 dogs with a sense of humor, patrolling the neighborhood:
Photo of a neon sign, which is probably more a piece of art than a commercial sign, for the Holiday Inn Sexpress:We didn’t visit . . .
Photos from Auschwitz: Piles of hair removed from the victims:Piles of shoes removed from the victims: “Don’t be a passive bystander. 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.” [...]
Concluding the republication of my 2011 article on the business of photography: The Grand Convergence At one time your phone was plugged into the wall by a wire and your TV signal came through [...]
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Continuing my 2011 article on the business of photography: No matter how hard we professional photographers fought, when the clock ticked into the 21st Century, our old business models started to [...]
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