Fifty-plus years and thousands of hours on the street and in the darkroom have passed since I first picked up a camera at art school and realized how much fun it was to vignette the world through a lens. View cameras, the Adam's Zone System, hostile light and uncompromising teachers could not deter me from the passion of seeing framed images in the everyday I passed. My eclectic vision has been a burden or a blessing, dependent on the other needs of the day. As Galileo Galilei is said to have said "chaos is but unpercieved order." And now digital technology. What a joy as the world has exploded with images and sounds and art from of all places-an eclectic everybody. And I'm just glad to be a part of it. We need to enjoy it in

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