2 Replies to “Eye Candy for Today: Arthur Parton landscape”

  1. So impressive to see the poetry of the image as a whole, and then to get up close and try to figure out how he achieved that softness and suggestion. There’s so much selectivity: he blurs the faraway twigs and branches, but gives us the fishing pole and the hat brim. Thanks, Charley! Great way to start the day.

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