Week 30: It’s Bent or Twisted

Touring the Clyde Butcher Gallery and Studio in Venice with my camera club cohorts, my eyes fell on a stack of black and white prints that had curled, or bent, from not yet being mounted. I was thrilled to have found this vignette to photograph, in, of all places, the workroom of the great Ansel Adams of the Everglades. So of course, I had to convert it to black and white, paying homage to the master, who on that day was off shooting in the Everglades.

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