2 thoughts on “Trumpeter, Upside Down

  1. Really love this, Bill. Not altogether sure why. Obviously perfectly exposed, as always, but the presentation forces me to see it as if for the first time, I think. No diminished sense of wonder from over-familiarity.

    Framed exactly this way for my living room, please.


  2. Thank you, sir. It really makes you focus on form and composition, I think. This makes me wonder if using and old-school view camera, with the image inverted, would make for some better compositions.

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