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The Hair Brothers at Crater Lake: 1975

The Hair Brothers at Crater Lake: 1975

1975, Crater Lake, Oregon. A friend, my brother and me, captured during the golden hour. I shot this on 35mm Kodak Vericolor via self-timer. Lighting is everything, isn't it? View full size.

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Moment In Time

This picture is great.
Speaks for itself.

Gordon Lightfoot

The Lightfoot force is strong in these Jedi. Good stuff.

Waffle Stompers

Check out the shoes! I remember those suede shoes with Vibram soles. They were great because they lasted a long time. Lot longer then tennis shoes.


Seems to me like these shots tterrace posts of himself have started a gathering of gawkers... and I may join in! Quite the looker, I say!!! And photographer to boot!

All hail the hair!

I Was There

a few months before this picture was taken. IIRC, it was early May and the lake road had just been reopened after the winter season. I had to climb up on a snowbank to take a picture of the lake. I was 19 then. Beautiful pic here with the golden light, keep 'em coming!

The photo might be over 30 years old but...

I think the look of the fellow on the right is completely contemporary.

Golden Boy

Somehow ttrerrace has effected that rare transformation from nerdy-geeky to total hottie. (And in the fashion minefield that was the 1970s, no less! The others look like they stepped on an M80.) What was your secret??

Oh wow

That is a beautiful landscape! It is only accentuated by those two dashing men on the right.

SHORPY HISTORICAL PHOTO ARCHIVE | History in HD is a vintage photo archive featuring thousands of high-definition images from the 1850s to 1960s. (Available as fine-art prints from the Shorpy Archive.) The site is named after Shorpy Higginbotham, a teenage coal miner who lived 100 years ago.

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