Colin Murray

Thursday, 2 October 2014

“Sixties America was far from a paradise but, says [Jean Pierre] Laffont, it was a dream place to be a photographer. . . . ‘When you arrive at a new place,’ he says, ‘a photographer does not have any illusions. Everything you see is new and everything you see you want to grab it.'” Horatia Harrod • Telegraph

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