[b: 1934] American landscape photographer
I loved people like Harry Callahan and Lee Friedlander; they work at a subject and go at it with furor, and then they're off to something different.
"Black & White Magazine for Collector of Fine Photography", February 2001, page: 112?
Try as we will to make a fair representation of things in the world that move us, metaphors know the trick of entering the work through a small aperture in a fraction of a second.
Salt Grass, Lodima Press, 2008, p.5.