Posted by Michael Rawluk (Williams Lake, BC, Canada) on 24 May 2008 in Plant & Nature.
Or rather "Lily's." Lily's trees.
A Moment in Photographic History:
Lillian Gilbreth was born May 28, 1878. In the 1920s, Gilbreth and her husband introduced the idea of using photography and motion pictures to study and improve the efficiency of workers. The beginning of the end for workers. The story of their lives was turned into the movie Cheaper By The Dozen.
A Photographic Quote of Note:
There are many forms of photography. I consider myself simply a recorder of that which I find of interest around me. I personally have no desire to create or stage direct ideas.
- - - - - - David Hurn
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