By William Carter

Photographer, Author, Jazz Musician

Living Spaces 8

with 2 comments


This series of posts elicited two particularly eloquent responses via email (other comments below):

“Dear Sir, Thank you for these photographs. In the clutter of my daily life your pictures invite me to living and living spaces that are clear, nuanced, simple, textured, and — especially when I look at the 4th one with that lovely gentle veiling and unveiling— not beholden to fear, the fear of peace or of dying. But lest I get too serious here: they also remind me of the sweet smell of laundry drying outside (I live in paradise, no pollution here). Best wishes and thank you again.” —Rahel Hahn

“Each picture is like a visual poem calling to mind Emily Dickenson in their spare and ambiguous content.” —Weston Naef, Founding Curator of Photographs, J. Paul Getty Museum

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA1.  Ameno (Lago di Orta), Italy, circa 2005

WALL PLUG 2010-11-28 at 10-13-462. Ameno (Lago di Orta),  Italy, circa 2005

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA3.  Ameno  (Lago di Orta), Italy, circa 2005

CURTAINS-3 DSC_0852 - Version 24.  Gualala, California, circa 2013

CURTAINS-3 CurtainSea3 17x22f5. Gualala, California, circa 2013

village walls-1 018 copy6.  Lago di Orta, Italy, circa 1989

village walls-2 011 - Version 2 copy7. Orta San Giulio, Italy, circa 1992

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Written by bywilliamcarter

May 28, 2016 at 12:00 pm

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  1. Love those Gualala shots, Bill.

    Like

    George Melnikoff

    May 29, 2016 at 3:57 pm

  2. I hadn’t seen some of these. Beautiful.

    Like

    Barbara

    May 28, 2016 at 3:43 pm


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