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I first got involved in photography in the mid to late 1960's using film, of course. I predominately did black and white street photography and anti-war demonstrations. I did a short stint at "Magnum" and then took a sabbatical. When I returned to photography in 2013, I started working in digital.  Being new to Colorado, I first focused on nature photography, but then moved on to creating more abstracts. During the pandemic, being 81 at the time, I felt I had to recede from the outer world. Out of my innermost world came, "Dante's Divine Comedy, Inferno". I put this exhibit together to be viewed as an entire show, a study for all ages. A two year project that reflects not only Dante's world, but ours.
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