Photos & People

02019-09-05 | Uncategorized | 2 comments

My photos rarely have people in them. Recently I came across this old Adams quote which I naturally love. :-)

To the complaint, ‘There are no people in these photographs,’ I respond, There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.

– Ansel Adams.

We are in Sedona and I took an early morning walk.

Check out this Japanese photographer who has been creating people-less images in Tokyo for several decades. That has to be difficult to do!

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  1. S

    It’s almost eerie to find peopleless streets of Tokyo since these amazingly beautiful pictures were all taken in very busy areas of Tokyo. I lived in Tokyo for two years in mid eighties, even back then, these streets were always filled with so many people and bright like daylight 24/7.

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  2. janeparhamkatz

    Oh oh, Ottmar, I think I see a person in that tree! ; }

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