Featuring: Geoffrey Ansel Agrons
“A good photograph is knowing where to stand.” – Ansel Adams
A corollary to Adams’ statement could be “A good photograph is knowing where to walk”. We’ve all been in places or observed places, where we feel pulled into the scene; where the road, path, river, bridge, tunnel, passageway, lane or ray of sun compels us to see where the way will lead. There’s a mystery in it, the fascination of finding out what lies beyond the limit of vision, in the realm of imagination.
“Pathway and Passages”, is a juried group photography exhibition at Darkroom Gallery, including the work of Geoffrey Ansel Agrons.