> Thanks, Paul. Many years ago I posted a photo of a family that I stayed
> with in Honduras:
> I got an e-mail from a woman photographer in Switzerland who could not
> understand why I would set up such elaborate sets to photograph the
> She absolutely refused to believe that anybody lived that way in the 20th
Some time ago; less than a year ago, I saw something; maybe a film,
maybe a video - I don't remember - which showed an esteemed male Swiss
photographer who was nearly physically sick at being asked to do work in
the incredible abandoned (once palace) of a now famous model from India.
She could even have been his wife.
His orderly Swiss mind and regimented upbringing could not cope with such
a difference in habitation from his home setting.
Some people need to get out more, or read more books !!
(Sez he who is unlikely to ever travel overseas again ! )
By the way, I like all of your daily life and health shots. I think they are
as well as being educational and cause for much thought.
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/