On my Homepage blurb I refer to Cartier-Bresson who was one of the pioneers of quick-shoot photo essays using his compact (for the era) camera, notably in my memory regarding street-life scenes. I recall - perhaps incorrectly - some wonderful photographs taken in Central Europe, with for example, carousing dancers passing by. All spontaneous and unrehearsed.

There are no dancing gypsies in this photograph: Just a camera stuck through a window on a road trip across the Canadian prairies, and a lone bird as a blur in the sky. Nothing fancy, but I like the atmosphere it invokes. Ever been to Saskatchewan in high summer?



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