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mezzo

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I borrowed a book from Elliott Erwitt at the public library. The opening foto is this one. Amazing shooting!!





NC, 1950. Only 60 years ago! ...In the land of the Free...

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TANúñez

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RE: fotos (in reply to mezzo

A bad time for America. This left a mark.

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mezzo

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RE: fotos (in reply to TANúñez

quote:

This left a mark.

Makes sense. How could it be otherwise?
This shot is really powerfull. It illustrates what's behind a word/concept.

E. Erwitt is a great artist, I enjoy his eye. Lots of great pics in the book
Looks like he enjoyed shooting dogs and legs...


Another one



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