Places and Things collects work otherwise known as still life,
wildlife, interiors and architectural locales, and many of
these images were discussed above in connection with other
concerns. Some of these projects were very important at a
time when doing other photographs was almost impossible, and
frequently this turned out for the best. It is possible to
say that I ultimately turned everything into a portrait, but
why would one want to.
images of empty spaces are some of the most interesting. I
find empty space very restful, as the interiors of my living
space attest. But I also learned that somehow a space must
be bounded in
order to be empty, and so inevitably there is a question of
what one is looking at in photographs of a space.
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