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05/04/2019 11:55:12 AM · #1
Stephen Gills, "The Pillar"

Check it out, you won't regret it!
05/04/2019 12:21:48 PM · #2
Thanks for that. Wonderful is right.
05/04/2019 05:03:04 PM · #3
Terrific photographs and a strong accompanying essay. Sitting and standing in a field, for example, for a few hours a day, for a few years, would serve as well as or better than any diploma.
Thanks for referring us to this article.
05/04/2019 09:05:15 PM · #4
Thanks for the linkie. It's an interesting read. In my younger years, very little in The New Yorker made any sense to me, now I find I'm reading it & enjoying it. :D

I'm wondering what a similar study involving humans would reveal. You know, set up a place to sit, to rest, in solitude where there are no other places to sit & set up a hidden motion-activated camera to capture the sitters. Would the photographs reveal anything new about humans? You may say that's what candid portraits/street photographers are doing but I wonder because on some level people are always aware of the camera in the hand of another person & because these photographs are always captured in public where people have a game face of some kind on. I wonder if people look different when they are alone.
05/05/2019 05:40:54 AM · #5
Originally posted by pixelpig:

I'm wondering what a similar study involving humans would reveal. You know, set up a place to sit, to rest, in solitude where there are no other places to sit & set up a hidden motion-activated camera to capture the sitters. Would the photographs reveal anything new about humans?

You know how to find out :-)

Message edited by author 2019-05-05 05:41:08.
05/05/2019 10:45:53 AM · #6
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

You know how to find out :-)


Well I've been thinking about it. Humans are never alone.
05/05/2019 11:42:05 AM · #7
Thanks for sharing!
05/06/2019 08:09:04 AM · #8
Terrific essay! Thanks for sharing.
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