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               This photograph of a misty lake in the late 1930s reminds me of the American abstract painter Adolph Gottlieb (1903 - 1974).

One of my favorite genres of vernacular photography is the abstraction. Nature and man-made things provide it everywhere you look. By accident or intent, abstractions take us into another world, and help us see an alternate reality.


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