Thursday, September 8, 2011

Black and White Photographs







Coastal Village Living

A New England Agricultural Fair

Coastal Trees and Rocks

Don't try this at home.

14 comments:

mary anne said...

Wow! What an eye he had. Gorgeous.

James said...

Delightful! Thank you for showing them to us.

Kathy said...

Wonderful photos! My favorite is probably the two gentlemen at the county fair.... another place and time. There is a sweet nostaligic quality about all of them.
Thank you for sharing!!!

mint juleps and magnolias said...

Those photos are amazing! What an incredible legacy.

HHH said...

What a treat for all of us. Thank you, Muffy.

Barbara said...

What a great lagacy and to think of the back-story behind each shot is so special for you and your family.

Pete said...

The "Don't try this at home" is the spitting image of my grand-father.

Anonymous said...

These are wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing them. More in the future, please?

Anonymous said...

These remind me of photos that (now defunct) Salt magazine used to post. Salt magazine was an old portland maine magazine showing life on the coast of Maine.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to know how he got into the Bunny Dressing Room at the Playboy Club! LOL!

-Rich

Dawn said...

Stunning photos! Love them all. My father is a photographer, too, but sadly none of his talent has rubbed off on me.

Grace said...

Wow, these are quite simply stunning! I've always found the look of black and white photographs so intriguing and classic.

Parnassus said...

The winner here has got to be "A New England Agricultural Fair", not only for its inherent humor, but mostly because it so perfectly captures the serious mien of livestock judges/fanciers at the Fair.

Susan R said...

He really had a talent for capturing some wonderful shots. Ansel Adams...move over.
You had a wolly sheep as a childhood pet? You must have had a great childhood.