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  4. mommapolitico:

    invisiblelad:

    perpetual reblogging

    Always. Always reblogging.

    (Source: itdoesabitthough)

     
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  7. shihlun:

    William Eggleston

    (Source: likeafieldmouse)

     

  8. Face — Donna

     
  9. davehendley:

    Whitstable Carnival 2014

     
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  13. "

    I’m not dismissing large prints out of hand. I think they can work in certain circumstances. They have their place. But for me the tendency is to repel. I need to stand several feet away to see the image. Sometimes I can take in a whole room in one slow sweep standing in the center, so physically it can be very non-interactive.

    But with small prints every photo requires an intimate visit. You’ve got to move side to side. You must engage. Photographs can pack an amazing amount of information into just fifteen or twenty square inches! Sometimes it pays to read the small print.

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  14. mpdrolet:

    Cascade, 2010-2011

    Thomas Bangsted

     

  15. "But the good photos —the ones that I appreciate more over time— are the ones which open themselves to questions like these and don’t try to answer them. I might look at this photo of Ben and Zane in 10 years and still wonder what’s going on. Or maybe by then something will have happened which explains the scene. The ones which change —I suspect those are the keepers."