Friday, November 2, 2007

more mid-century modern

Since I seem to be on a mid-century kick these days, I thought I would continue the theme today with another great photograph (click to enlarge) from The Art of the American Snapshot exhibition at the National Gallery of Art. I wish this one was in my collection! Alas! Again, I am plugging the catalogue (hee!).

By the way, I just realized that my 200th post came and went this week without my taking note. It is funny how this blog has become such a part of my life ~ I really hate to miss a day. Thank you to everyone who stops by to read, and to all of you have commented and emailed. I LOVE hearing from you.

Have a great weekend! I'll see you all on Tuesday.

(image: Unknown Photographer, July 1965, chromogenic print, 3 1/8 x 3 1/8", Collection of Robert E. Jackson)

3 comments:

Fairfax said...

Happy 200th! I am almost there, too. I left a couple of comments on some of your older posts (Montpelier in MD and others). You do a great job.

Janet said...

Thank you! I hadn't noticed the older comments, so thank you for the heads up ~ I really appreciate them all. Am thrilled to hear about your distinguished lineage ~ and must tell you that it was your comment that inspired our trip to Montpelier!

cgb said...

Congratulations on your 200th! With love!