Tuesday, August 12, 2008

In Motion




“There are always two people in every picture: the photographer and the viewer.”

-Ansel Adams

9 comments:

Sunny said...

Every portrait that is painted with feeling is a portrait of the artist, not of the sitter. - Oscar Wilde

TS said...

You know, if I had to rename The Wander Years, I would steal your blogname.

I like the quote.

But I hate the fact that HHC has been ignoring my requests for almost 6 months, maybe more.

Trevor Penn said...

What a great photographer, Ansel Adams.

His books published in the days of film photography remain relevant and have much to offer even in this day of digital photography!!!

chandni said...

true!

baq2life said...

I really liked this picture! I love the title and the picture itself. I don't have any knowledge of the photographer though, but i would like to see more of his work:) Keep up the good work!

AJEYA RAO said...

I am back here after a looong time. Hope all is well with u.

Ms Taggart said...

Nice vintage look this photo has...

Aaki said...

write more, hm?

San said...

never looked at it that way.