Robert Adams | The Place We Live | Yale University Art Gallery - North Beach Peninsula, Pacific County, Washington, ca. 2005

Robert Adams | The Place We Live | Yale University Art Gallery - North Beach Peninsula, Pacific County, Washington, ca. 2005

Robert Adams photo: Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs, 1969; courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco, © Robert Adams and the Fraenkel Gallery

Robert Adams photo: Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs, 1969; courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco, © Robert Adams and the Fraenkel Gallery

Robert Adams | The Place We Live | Yale University Art Gallery - From the South Jetty, Clatsop County, Oregon, 1991

Robert Adams | The Place We Live | Yale University Art Gallery - From the South Jetty, Clatsop County, Oregon, 1991

Robert Adams, Nehalem Spit, Tillamook County, Oregon, from the series “Sea Stories, This Day,” 1999-2009.

Robert Adams, Nehalem Spit, Tillamook County, Oregon, from the series “Sea Stories, This Day,” 1999-2009.

Robert Adams | The Place We Live | Yale University Art Gallery - From the South Jetty, Clatsop County, Oregon, 1991

Robert Adams | The Place We Live | Yale University Art Gallery - From the South Jetty, Clatsop County, Oregon, 1991


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Marian Drew 'Bandicoot on plate' 2007 -

Marian Drew 'Bandicoot on plate' 2007 -

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Harold Feinstein.  My Mother's Curtains, 1946.  Harold Feinstein was an American photographer who was largely known for his early street photography.  He later covered a vast array of different genres throughout his extensive photographic career.  His collection 'Still Life and Nature' focuses on the simplicity of everyday life.  This image uses natural light and traditional darkroom techniques to convey a sense of place - in this case his mother's home.

Harold Feinstein. My Mother's Curtains, 1946. Harold Feinstein was an American photographer who was largely known for his early street photography. He later covered a vast array of different genres throughout his extensive photographic career. His collection 'Still Life and Nature' focuses on the simplicity of everyday life. This image uses natural light and traditional darkroom techniques to convey a sense of place - in this case his mother's home.

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