gldiana wrote:Peter that photo is hilarious!
You're right, I know this photographer based in NYC who's also a friend of a friend and she makes a fortune. There is not a single photo that I like or that I considered valuable either technically or artistically. It's all in how good you are at marketing your work my friend. Take T. Mangelsen for example...
I think it's all in the perspective gldiana. Different people see thing differently
When my son was in grade school, he invited a friend and his mother over one afternoon. They were inner city NY people. His Father was one of those people that prefaced every sentence with the "F" word.
Anyway, we had a small stream that flowed through our property and I was proud of it. I had landscaped it and had benches to sit beside it, etc.
Anyway...this kid came running into our living room where I was trying to be pleasant (Which I'm not especially well known for) and shouts..."Hey Ma, didja see the sewa out there".
Yep, all in perspective.