Vintage photos of:
Recently purchased a box of slides at a flea market; was happy to find this image of a 15 window VW Bus (I'm a VW guy). Friend believes this to be NYC, which it could be since there were other slides from the city. View full size.
I made this photo of the Atlanta painter of birds in his studio around 1977 or '78. View full size.
Anne Rivers Siddons is a popular novelist, whom I photographed in her home in about 1977 or '78. View full size.
This is the earliest successful black and white picture I made. It was taken in the aftermath of a fire in downtown Atlanta, Georgia in about 1955. View full size.
From circa 1958, a Kodachrome taken by my mother, who could handle a 35mm camera in a pinch. My parents had friends with a summer place in Seal Beach, California, a coastal community on the border of Orange and Los Angeles counties. In the foreground are my parents' bosom pals who owned or rented the place behind the Ford station wagon. That's me at the bottom of the slide; the boy making his precarious way up is the son of the aforementioned couple. Dad (with the cap) appears to be zoning out, judging by the beer cans by his side. I wonder if any of these beachside homes exist today. View full size.
At the Palm Springs parade in February 1955. I found this 35mm Kodachrome slide in a collection at a swap meet. View full size.