For those of you old enough to remember the early ’70’s, maybe with fondness, maybe not, here’s an image I made while working for the papers. I don’t remember the reason for the visit, probably some urban removal project so favored at those times. This was in White Plains, NY more than likely for the bestowing of loot on the city to fold spindle and mutilate some blighted section so the Poobahs needed face time. The other characters were County figures and city puppets. Just thought I’d take you back in time.
Back then papers were black and white with a rare color image. It is so helpful to learn to compose in B&W; it makes for strong photos. There isn’t any color to help a weak image. VP Spiro Agnew White Plains, NY, 06/01/1971 Nikon F Plus-X 200mm Nikkor lens
- 19,138 hits
Photo TagsAmericana Art Artisans Beach Birds Boats/ships Buildings Childhood Cityscapes Coastal Community Composites Dreams Editorial Fairs Farm Farm equipment Farm Life Fauna Flora Food History Holdays Humor Kids Landscapes Macros Memories Moon Mountains Night Passtimes Portraits Rain Road Life Rural Life Schools Seasons Sketch book Small Towns Snow Social Life Sports Storms Street Views studio Work Sunrises Sunsets Trains Trees Urban Life Visual puns Water Waterscapes Workers