Always interesting how we see the same things differently. Me, I really like the Wm Gedney 35mm photograph - I feel like I'm in that kitchen, unnoticed, these three girls off in their own separate little worlds, lazing in the summer heat with no place in particular to go, bored, the pile of dirty dishes - boys - not their problem yet. And I'm moved to wonder where their lives took them. (With a daughter and a granddaughter you do that.)
The S L Adams example however seems too trick, too posed, just a stolen 'poor-person' trophy to mount over the fireplace.
Equipment isn't the problem here, it's how it was used.
Thanks Suzanne for the thoughtful question.
PS Found the rest of their stuff on both their websites like what Bill said and more - pretty much banal of banal.
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