Three vertical pictures in a row! That almost never happens.
Lovely Delfina in Greece last year.
Because the thing I like more than almost all things is Rio when it’s thirty-five degrees in the shade.
Her name was Sophie. I took this right before (or right after) one of my very first official photo shoots. Hamburg, 2001. Tri-X on the Mamiya 645 that stayed with me for so many years until it got stolen on a beach in Brazil six or seven years ago.
This girl is my favorite many things.
She came back from the jungle recently in time to have tea on my rooftop, fix my recently broken arm with her magic fingers, eat pasta and take her shirt off on the balcony and remind me that every time that she goes away she comes back better.
Ninschi, Munich 2014 | © freshphoto 2014
in the near distance, 1975
Vivian Maier: Chicago, IL. 1950s.
Istvan hanga: Ombre et appareil (shadow and camera), ca. 1933
Jules and Jim (François Truffaut - 1962)
Catherine: You said, “I love you,” I said, “Wait.” I was going to say, “Take me,” you said, “Go away.”
Los Caprichos: They Have Flown, 1799
Francisco de Goya y Lucientes
Etching with watercolor
plate: 21.5 x 15 cm. (8 7/16 x 5 7/8 in); sheet: 28.8 x 20.5 cm. (11 5/16 x 8 1/16 in)
The Norton Simon Foundation