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A tribute to Eugene Smith

June 4, 2008


My quarantine days are slowly coming to an end, at least I hope so. Although I have not been idle, the days of isolation have left me with little exciting things to share. Today I went over some older files and dug out this little tribute to W. Eugene Smith. Some of you might be familiar with his monumental and inspiring Pittsburgh project, part of which included photographs of the unusual street names of the city. The Gold-Water corner is in a run down part of Dumbo, NYC.
Come to think of it, Smith would have done it in black and white. I think I actually prefer it in black and white. How about you folks?

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