Poetry is like the latent image

Poetry is like the latent image

In analog photography, the image is invisible and remains hidden on the film until it magically appears during development. Poetry can remain in our minds like a latent image. Here is a poem I wrote about this phenomenon.   Latent … Continue reading

Everyday Objects in the Democratic Forest

Everyday Objects in the Democratic Forest

Photographer Willliam Eggleston is known for legitimizing colour photography as art. His photos are a visual treat without clichés—no sunsets, no lighthouses. Instead, he has ordinary scenes and everyday objects—things that we mostly pass by without notice. As Eudora Welty says … Continue reading

Toronto Skyline, 1989

Toronto Skyline, 1989

from the series: Toronto Days “Toronto Skyline, 1989” is a recent addition to Photo Vogue http://www.vogue.it/en/photovogue/portfolio/?id=18805&md_photographer_id=18805&md_pageIndex=0&md_page=0&md_pid=596219