THANK YOU to “Your Daily Photograph” for posting and listing for sale, my image “Chair, Table, Light, Shadow”.  Nice to receive this email:

Dear Larry,

Congratulations. We are pleased to announce our curators have chosen your image for inclusion into YourDailyPhotograph.com. We select a very small percentage of photographs submitted.

We expect your image to post today.

You’re in good company -- in the recent past images from Henri Cartier-Bresson, Andreas Gursky, Richard Misrach, Andre Kertesz, Edward Burtynsky and other photography legends have appeared in Your Daily Photograph.

 

Chair, Table, Light, Shadow
2013

It’s winter. It’s cold. It’s dark. It’s shades of brown. It’s depressing.

I grab my camera and car keys. And head out. In no particular direction. Down
familiar roads. Everything seems the same. Nothing is new. Nothing is interesting. Road after road after road. This is a lost cause.

Radio is on. Topic of discussion is engaging and entertaining. At least I’m not sitting on the sofa, in front of the TV, wishing I was out shooting photos.

Passing by a sandwich shop. The sun is barely shining on the patio. Chairs. Tables. Red. Yellow. Blue. Green. Metal. All corralled in one spot and chained together so they won’t escape. It’s too cold to sit on them and you couldn’t anyway.

I circle the block. Sun is still there. Barely. Park the car. Put on gloves, a hat, a scarf, and zip up the coat. Approach the corral. Find a blue chair and table at the end of the row. This looks promising. Wind is biting.

Blue chair and table. Looks good. Blue chair and table. Looks better in black and white. Looks like winter. Looks cold. Looks dark. Looks brown. Looks depressing. Looks great.

Work exhibited and recognized.

05/22/2020

Work exhibited and recognized

05/22/2020

Work exhibited and recognized.

05/22/2020

Work exhibited and recognized.
Work exhibited and recognized.
More work exhibited and recognized.
More work exhibited and recognized.
Work exhibited and recognized.

JANUARY 2020 — Part Two

5/22/2020

THANK YOU to “Your Daily Photograph” for posting and listing for sale, my image “Chair, Table, Light, Shadow”.  Nice to receive this email:

Dear Larry,

Congratulations. We are pleased to announce our curators have chosen your image for inclusion into YourDailyPhotograph.com. We select a very small percentage of photographs submitted.

We expect your image to post today.

You’re in good company -- in the recent past images from Henri Cartier-Bresson, Andreas Gursky, Richard Misrach, Andre Kertesz, Edward Burtynsky and other photography legends have appeared in Your Daily Photograph.

 

Chair, Table, Light, Shadow
2013

It’s winter. It’s cold. It’s dark. It’s shades of brown. It’s depressing.

I grab my camera and car keys. And head out. In no particular direction. Down
familiar roads. Everything seems the same. Nothing is new. Nothing is interesting. Road after road after road. This is a lost cause.

Radio is on. Topic of discussion is engaging and entertaining. At least I’m not sitting on the sofa, in front of the TV, wishing I was out shooting photos.

Passing by a sandwich shop. The sun is barely shining on the patio. Chairs. Tables. Red. Yellow. Blue. Green. Metal. All corralled in one spot and chained together so they won’t escape. It’s too cold to sit on them and you couldn’t anyway.

I circle the block. Sun is still there. Barely. Park the car. Put on gloves, a hat, a scarf, and zip up the coat. Approach the corral. Find a blue chair and table at the end of the row. This looks promising. Wind is biting.

Blue chair and table. Looks good. Blue chair and table. Looks better in black and white. Looks like winter. Looks cold. Looks dark. Looks brown. Looks depressing. Looks great.