hi max many thanks iam glad to browse ur photos .thanks for ur photos , this is my granfathers land i hope the goverment of sudan to give more interrest and make a tourest facilities for that ...best rgds sidiq - uae
John I had a good laugh at you latest comment on my Oxford "Obama Slipping" shot. You got me there. I actually am an American living in England. Your pix of apartments in Honolulu, I take it, are places that he and his mother lived? I canvassed for him in Missouri for 3 wks up to election day. I will tell the other canvassers about your pix. -Max
:) I was also referring to an American phenomenon which others may not know about, i.e. "George Washington Slept Here". It is common to see these signs posted about the first US President. Being in an ideal location to do so, I created an "Obama Slept Here" tag for some of my photos. For further reading: http://www.iht.com/articles/1996/02/23/topics.t_36.php
Andi, njesh je. Foto e papame dhe ngjyra te papame. Idi :)
good picture of this subject
Thanks for the information about Tom Scribner, Matt and Max. It lends more meaning to the photo for everyone but particularly for me as a photographer, knowing that the shot has elicited a response from viewers.
Alan Ginsberg sat cross-legged on this hill chanting and reading his poetry while surrounded by students in the Spring of 1967.
The gently rounded prominence the photographer stood on to take this picture was named Fanny Hill by students in 1966-67. It was a convenient place to escape the crowded trailers and get some privacy with your boyfriend/girlfriend.
I moved this shot location slightly offshore to make it easier to see. The new blue squares blend in too much with the overexposed sat images of Ios.