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January 25, 2016

Here is the last image from the snowstorm weekend.  Recently I read an interesting article on Walker Evans, the photographer most noted for his work with the Farm Security Administration (FSA) where he documented the Great Depression and the families involved.  In 1938, he photographed passengers of the New York subway system with a hidden camera.  His intent was to capture everyday routines when the subjects were totally unaware.  Evans had a distinctive photography style, one that I've long admired but these photographs were a bit unlike the others.

Here is a nice write-up at the New York Times from 1991.  The best collection of images can be found by a Google search.