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11/11/2019 10:13:59 AM · #1
Such genius
11/11/2019 07:53:41 PM · #2
I loved these. It's easy to see that he and had a unique eye from an early age.
11/11/2019 08:44:28 PM · #3
Originally posted by markwiley:

I loved these. It's easy to see that he and had a unique eye from an early age.


Totally! Some of them even look like movie stills :)
11/11/2019 10:05:52 PM · #4
Awesome. Thanks for posting.
11/11/2019 11:01:08 PM · #5
Wow. I had no idea...
11/12/2019 12:16:47 AM · #6
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Wow. I had no idea...

Uh-oh ... you (and I) looked at them five years ago ...
11/12/2019 04:35:15 AM · #7
Wonderful insight, thanks for posting
11/12/2019 11:48:19 AM · #8
Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Wow. I had no idea...

Uh-oh ... you (and I) looked at them five years ago ...

Yikes. I am not sure it was necessary to point this out to Robert. However, this may simply confirm the Eliot quote in his signature:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

... As we grow older The world becomes stranger, the pattern more complicated.
11/12/2019 01:33:57 PM · #9
I forget a lot of things, but not Kubrick's photography. (not yet anyway)
11/12/2019 02:13:05 PM · #10
that was fun. I wonder if I am the only one old enough to remember the straw seating on the subway... I wonder about that shoeshine boy... And I loved the man with the garbage can. And, say, what about the title, Whatsisface "drinking a beverage?"
11/12/2019 05:15:55 PM · #11
Originally posted by markwiley:

Originally posted by GeneralE:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Wow. I had no idea...

Uh-oh ... you (and I) looked at them five years ago ...

Yikes. I am not sure it was necessary to point this out to Robert. However, this may simply confirm the Eliot quote in his signature:

Originally posted by Bear_Music:

... As we grow older The world becomes stranger, the pattern more complicated.

Sobering, ain't it? :-( But on the plus side, I seem to KEEP discovering things!
11/12/2019 05:25:05 PM · #12
How many of you watch a movie only to realise, way, way in, that you've seen it before because some irrelevant detail, a set of keys on a table maybe, flashes the light bulb? That's been happening to me for some time - and now it can even happen with books. No wonder we can look at photos we've seen before and see them as new.
11/12/2019 06:53:15 PM · #13
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

Sobering, ain't it? :-( But on the plus side, I seem to KEEP discovering things!

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