I’m taking a break.
For an indefinite period.
I’ve been at this on virtually a daily basis since November 2006, and it’s time to stop, reflect, regroup, and reconsider.
Many, many and profound thanks to those of you who have stuck with me through that period. (And boos to Google’s perfidy, which by “disappearing” me has assured that few find me — and that about which I write — that don’t already know I’m here.)
I’ve got a bunch of reading to do (some books I’ve mentioned, others I’ve not), and some absences planned over the next six months, with all of which I’ll not bore you in weeks and months ahead.
To photographers here and abroad (especially in Britain) who face officious interference and harassment, or who are tireless (and fearless) in recording cops acting badly, best wishes. If anything were to bring me back, these would be the subjects. (Or Section 2257, which appears to be dormant during the pendency of the current lawsuit.)
Stay tuned to this channel; when and if I return, I’ll announce it here first.
Allison, fittingly, whom I photographed first in 2006, and most recently only a month ago or so..