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Crown Hill Cemetery
Photography to me is catching a moment which is passing, and which is true. Jacques-Henri Lartigue 2015 was a slow photography year for me. It was a year of immense change and my focus was in different areas. Which is quite OK. I’ve been recapping my years in photography for some time now. And 2015...
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“What I like about photographs is that they capture a moment that’s gone forever, impossible to reproduce.” ― Karl Lagerfeld I love holding a camera. It’s often the closest I get to living in the moment. And my skill as a photographer changes each time I snap a shot. As Henri Cartier-Bresson put it, “Your...
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Each year I pick my best photographs from the year. Here is 2012. Let’s talk about 2013. It started slowly. Over the past couple of years, I’ve written less.  I’ve been quiet with photography. But this summer, that started to change. I began taking more photos. I bought a Fujifilm X-Pro 1 – with some...
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Title: Coffin Chatter or Tombstone Talk Artist: Daniel Incandela Materials: Granite or marble, (2) 40″ weather proofed LCD/Plasma screens This is not a statement on death. It’s a celebration of life. An idea came to me several years ago about creating a fictitious cast of characters that would perform in cemeteries on flat screen monitors...
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Hope you like the spot we picked out. We all love Crown Hill Cemetery. And we’ll visit often.  
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My neighborhood is rather special. I live behind Kurt Vonnegut’s High School. And like his books, the neighborhood provides lots of stories – funny, real, sometimes sad. I often pass the same woman selling bootleg DVD’s. I’ve chased thieves in bare feet, after they broke into my car. People have knocked on our door in...
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