This week: Roadside Stand Near Birmingham Alabama, 1936 by Walker Evans
Very good idea Ken!
Indeed a strong portrait of his friend, Ramiel. This portrait, "Blind Ramiel", has been cropped in some publications, as it is here. The original, full image, includes the white rail on which Ramiel's elbow rests. Although a strong portrait either way, the uncropped version adds a compositional element that Edward was keenly aware of.
Thanks for showing, another good choice!
Last edited by Ken Lee; 16-Apr-2011 at 08:25.