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    "JAMIE LIVINGSTON. PHOTO OF THE DAY: 1979-1997"

    I ran across this today, a photographer/film-maker/musician who took a Polaroid a day for 18 years until he died of cancer.

    There's an article about him and his photos,
    The Wikipedia entry on Mr. Livingston and,
    The complete collection of his photos

    Very sobering and thought-provoking

    (I'm sorry if this has already been posted. I did a search but couldn't find anything.)

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    Certainly makes you think. Thanks for posting. I haven't seen it before.

    It's strange to peer into every day of someone else's life, when I can't remember what I did last week . . .
    Last edited by Terence; 07-01-2009 at 08:58 PM. Click to view previous post history.

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    Very interesting. Thanks!

    Jeff

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    Wow.

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    Thanks I find it a little depressing but fascinating.

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    It's amazing that for many of the years it's snapshots, some serious pictures.. random stuff (that obviously meant a lot to the photographer), and then the last year it's just fast forward.. The last picture is absolutely haunting.



 

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