#26. Novel- ‘Love In A Dry Season‘ by Shelby Foote, 1951.
“Major Malcolm Barcroft was sixty-seven when he died, the last male of his line. Accompanied as it was by word of his daughter’s peculiar reaction, the announcement of his death caused people to remember many things about his life which they otherwise might have forgotten, as is usually the way in the formality of getting a man of property buried and awaiting the reading of his will.”
#25. Interior Design- ‘English Style’ by Suzanne Slesin & Stafford Cliff. Photography by Ken Kirkwood, 1984.
“…In the world we live in today, with satellites making everything visible, available anywhere, immediately, it is much more difficult to isolate an indigenous style, but I think there is still an underlying simplicity and understatement, combined with comfort and pleasure in the eclectic, that make the English style instantly recognizable…”
…’Modern Color‘ by Fred Herzog.
Most of my own photography is in black and white. But Herzog’s work has me seeing things in whole new, colorful way.
(Top photo- Fred Herzog. Bottom photo- Martha Browne)
This was my second summer to participate in the community’s annual photography exhibit. The experience is always an adventure. I spent hours figuring out which pictures to use and how best to display them. I even made booklets for viewers at the art center. Above is the cover from it.
(Photo & Design- Martha Browne)
#24. Photography- ‘ The Day-To-Day Life Of Albert Hastings‘ by Kaylynn Deveney with additional text & drawings by Albert Hastings, 2007
” I think my husband noticed (elderly) Bert first. Bert could often be spotted outside, watching the world go by or watering the garden that curtained the dilapidated apartment building on two sides. In the absence of a garden hose, Bert watered by filling empty dishwashing liquid bottles. He contrasted with the decaying building. Bert seemed vital and engaged and his quiet presence made me want to know him…”