Tag: history

Bombs Away

When I was little we used to “play war” which meant the neighborhood kids would roam the neighborhood with fake guns and hide behind bushes and sheds to surprise ambush their friends shouting “Bombs away!” or “Bang!” or “Boom: you’re dead!” That was the 1950’s and 60’s when the true war fears had caused the …

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Intoxication

Assignment: get a bunch of drugs and make a picture. Well, not exactly like you are thinking. One of my favorite clients, Nancy Etheredge at E.P. Dutton Publishing hired me to do a cover photogram for a hard bound book “Intoxication – Life in Pursuit of Artificial Paradise” by Ronald K. Siegel, Ph D. Sounded …

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Parade of Champions

The first annual Edison Concours d’Elegance was held October 18, 2015 in my neighborhood Llewellyn Park New Jersey. The cars drove down the road past my house at first light on the way to the car show at Glenmont, the home of Thomas Alva Edison. These were among the finest collector cars ever assembled in …

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A field guide to wild hood ornaments

From the first annual Edison Concours d’Elegance at Llewellyn Park October 18, 2015 There are 37 of them for your viewing pleasure… Auburn, Bentley, Bugatti, Cadilllac, Duesenberg, Ford, Franklin, Hispano-Suiza, Horch, Huffmobile, Isotta-Frachini, Mercedes, Packard, Pierce Arrow, Rolls-Royce, Steyer, Stutz, and some yet to be identified.

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