^ thank you for the link to that final part, I was curious about the ending. Very nice quality as well. It was a sad though, the people who saw her in her last years really painted a darker more withdrawn person. From the depressing news headlines and dirty trash bin images, to the descriptions of her carrying bags of clothes and books all day wandering back alleys. Really kinda depressing in the last few shots were of the printers working with her negatives in the darkroom, 2 big 16x20 prints of a self portrait, each to be sold at $4000 a piece. She was probably getting by for years on a tiny fraction of that every month, now others are cashing in, and cranking out these prints cookie cutter style...