Posted by: charlottekesl | June 22, 2010

instead of here, go there.

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bright lights.

thank you for looking.

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Posted by: charlottekesl | December 7, 2009

miss claire

washington, dc. november 2009.

Posted by: charlottekesl | November 11, 2009

ruby suns + dodos

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the ruby suns, rock and roll hotel. october 2009.

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the ruby suns, rock and roll hotel. october 2009.

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crowd, rock and roll hotel. october 2009.

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the dodos, rock and roll hotel. october 2009.

Posted by: charlottekesl | November 3, 2009

princess.

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october 2009.

 

 

Posted by: charlottekesl | November 1, 2009

halloween faces.

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molly (gleeful hippie)

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timmy (disturbed devil)

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sam (scary zombie)

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laura (dazed zombie)

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chris (deer in headlight)

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laura (zombie) me (present) molly (hippie)

Posted by: charlottekesl | August 17, 2009

skyler.

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washington, dc. august 2009.

Posted by: charlottekesl | August 7, 2009

portrait & self-portrait

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portrait of lennie kesl, 2009.

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lennie kesl. self portrait, 1954.

Posted by: charlottekesl | July 28, 2009

summer evening at ft. reno.

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Posted by: charlottekesl | July 12, 2009

liam, age 4.

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bishop, age 2.

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copeland, 6 weeks.

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Posted by: charlottekesl | July 2, 2009

william eggleston exhibit @ corcoran gallery of art.

Anyone who dabbles in color photography should know Eggleston’s work. A wonderful exhibition is currently being shown at the Corcoran Gallery of Art.

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Greenwood, Mississippi, 1973. William Eggleston.

Eggleston’s attitude about his subjects, about photography has been appreciated and copied by so many contemporary photographers – all things, whether is be a person or a lightbulb are viewed the same.

John Szarkowski said it best:

“One can say then that in these photographs form and content are indistinguishable – which is to say that the pictures mean precisely what they appear to mean. Attempting to translate these appearances into words is surely a fool’s errand, in the pursuit of which no two fools would choose the same unsatisfactory words.”

Eggleston’s website has some articles spanning his entire career that are quite enjoyable…

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