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      These are really great but this one is the grabber for me: Red Willows and Taos Mountain. It's the faint red smudges against the white snow that does it. Absolutely brilliant.

      Spring in Taos Canyon: almost a close second, but compared to Red Willows it pales a bit. In fact, for me, they all pale after seeing Red Willows. Red Willows just blew me out of the water.

      Not to go off subject but photographs can be made unique in a very unsuspected way. I went to a Xmas fair here in Bangkok and a lady who was a professional photographer was selling her photographs and doing a brisk business! She had photographs that she had reproduced/developed herself, BUT she interrupted the developing process so that each reproduction was something truly unique because of the stage the developing colors were at when she stopped it. I like really unusual things and her photographs were nothing but short of unusual. Not one of them was fully developed. I went bananas trying to choose because they were all so unique in the colors, absolutely fantastic color combinations. And she sold them at really reasonable prices, US$10-15 depending on the size, and already mounted. Frames you had to buy yourself.

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              Beautiful work. I love the fine arts. My step -father-in-law is an exceptional photographer. When I was 12 years of age I bought a Beatles blue lunch box and a large photo book of the Beatles Both items were $1.00 each at a yard sale. Inside the photo book, I found two unpublished photos of the Beatles and the negatives for them. Apparently, the lady selling them had lost her son. He was a well know photographer. She told me that when I bought the book.

              I have no idea what they are worth but you can bet I will never sell them.

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                  The Beatles were the most popular pop group in the 1960's and images are very collectable.. look at the back of the prints and see if there is a stamp identifying the photographer who took them.

                  Who knows maybe you could take them to the Antiques Road Show when it comes to your town! or let me know...

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                          Interesting Jonathan Wilner .. Photographs did not sell as art very well until Ansel Adams started selling limited edition prints. We had a show at the Gallery Restaurant in Pioneer Square in Seattle in 1976. As I remember prints were $125.00 each. I was a young photographer at the time and helped organize the show. Eventually the Silver Image Gallery arrived and had many fine shows where prints did sell very well.

                          John Szarkowoski at the Museum of Modern Art in New York had been collecting for some time before that. I had some input for his obituary in Slate Magazine.

                          Always interesting to read what you write here..Joe

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