Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Wry Bones


FREEMAN PATTERSON: "The camera always points both ways. In expressing your subject you also express yourself."

PHOTOGRAPHER'S DIARY - NY Halloween #11: When I was a little child I remember tickling the downey hair on my arm until I could barely stand the painful thrill of it. The parade's view of the brutishness and tenderness of mortality feels a bit like that.

2 comments:

marjorie said...

wry bones - this reminds me of the kind of shot you would take of a child taking a picture or doing something. A memory picture,

Ted Roth said...

Marjorie - Sorry, I have no idea who either of them are. If the picture is forgotten for that reason, so be it.