Thursday, October 4, 2012

Twice as alive

In 1934, when Charis Wilson first met Edward Weston, she was attracted to his intensity.

He was twice as alive as anyone else in the room, and whose eyes most
likely saw twice as much as anyone else's did.

Charis was Weston's model, muse, wife and colleague for the next decade.

Vegetables as seen by Edward Weston

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