Newsletter No. 60

2013 10 19 They Walk Among Us Final 11 28 2013 1000 Newsletter No. 60They Walk Among Us

 

I’ve returned from Bandon, Oregon with 12 new images that I’m introducing in my latest newsletter.

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These are two of my favorites from the series.

 

2013 10 19 Monolith No 68 Final 11 27 2013 1000 Newsletter No. 60Monolith No. 68

7 Responses to “Newsletter No. 60”

  • Sam Blair Says:

    A high key image like “Walk” was a surprise. Almost like seeing one of your images in color. Great point in the newsletter about making the most of what the conditions give you, turning lemons into lemonade, all those bromides which remind us to remain flexible. “Love the one you’re with”. As always, very inspirational.

  • Cole Thompson Says:

    Thanks Sam. Yes, high-key is not normally my thing, but the fog inspired it and so off I went! It does make me reexamine my M.O. of always creating dark images.

  • Misha Says:

    Nice work Cole, really like Isolated No. 3!

  • Sam Blair Says:

    Hey Cole, Just a note to say thanks for posting that Edward Weston video, which I just got to. It blew me away. Filmed in 1948, it’s an amazing glimpse into the life of a photographer 65 years ago. Having read his Daybooks, it meant so much more actually seeing where and how he lived. I will be coming back to watch this numerous times. Also, no surprise his apprentice is shapely and pretty. This video is priceless.

  • Cole Says:

    Thanks Sam, it was the first time I had seen it also, and like you I am a huge fan of his Day Books and philosophies. I’m glad some of those philosophies came through on the Movie. It was sad to see the beginnings of his Parkinson’s disease however.

  • Volker Becker Says:

    Hi Cole, thank you for showing us your new images! I am always looking forward to your newsletter and your new photographs. Monolith No. 66 is my favourite. I like the vanishing rock in the mist.
    All the best to you
    Volker

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