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harry near indy

as i look at that picture, i'm reminded of this:

the way your grandparents dressed back in the late 1910s in upstate new york is just like the way my grandparents dressed back in the late 1910s in central indiana.

uncanny.

Nance

Half that picture is of a brick wall. Camera lenses were different then, eh?

harry near indy

nance, camera lenses were different, but people are the same:

too much dead space in the pics they take.

i know. i used to work for newspapers, and i have a relative who's a full-time free-lance photographer. i know good use of space, and i know dead space.

check out pics on flickr or myspace of folks taking pictures of their friends. mucho dead space. it offends my artistic sensibilities.

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