Quote Originally Posted by JBrunner View Post
Well, nobody can really be responsible for those people, and who'd want to?

Anyway, I' like to discuss his photography. The article indicates a body of about 15,000 pieces of work, so it was certainly not a passing fancy. The site has about two or three dozen.

There is a nice little page on the sight devoted to his equipment and methods, in his own words. He shot PlusX and later, TriX.

Following on your suggestion I did a quick review of a couple of dozen of the photos on the website.

Sorry, but I think they are "nice shots" but they reveal that Barry's calling was not photography.

They do provide an interesting historical record, however, of and earlier, more bucolic, AZ. The one that existed up until the boom began after the water and electric resources made possible by the Salt River Project started coming online around 1980.

EDIT: BTW, I think his photographic work tailed off after the 1950's. One might say he was a bit of a "renaissance man"; another might use the term "dilletante".