Child and Mother Attending the Papermaking Workshop, Museum of Paper and Book Arts by Jane Ingram Allen This Workshop is Part of Allen’s Fulbright Specialist Project. Ege University, Izmir, Turkey November 29, 2015
Category: Jane Ingram Allen Projects, Portraits, Street Photography, Turkey, Uncategorized Tagged: beauty, child, Ege University, Izmir, love, mother, Museum of Paper and Book Arts, Photography, Timothy S. Allen, Turkey
Maya, thank you. There were so many special faces there. Needless to say, I was having a ball.
I wish I could have been able to see! I’m glad you had a blast!
Thank you. It was a lot of fun for a photographer. I was documenting the event for my wife and taking personal shots as well. Who could ask for more?
Also thank you for following my blog. That is greatly appreciated.
Please keep the good work of protecting our children and promoting awareness that you are doing. A very important endeavor.
Thank you so much! I am a photographer as well. I study media Studies in Bard college and I am planing a trip to visit several places to document and photograph.
Thanks for your beautiful comments! I sure will continue in raising awareness to old and new generations. I’m glad you enjoyed it. God bless.
It is a great school. It has an excellent curatorial studies program. My wife and I have known a number of people who have graduated from that program. I hope you find some great places to visit. The Hudson and New York City are great locations to photograph, landscape to street. Have a great time exploring.
Yes that’s what I have been told! Thank you, much appreciation for the advice 🙂
You’re welcome Olana State Park is one of my favorites. I thing Thomas Cole was one of the greatest Hudson River School painters. Living there would inspire me as well.
That sounds inspiring! 🙂
These closely framed portraits are great Tim, I especially like this one.
Thank you and thank you for wandering around my blog.
it is like stepping on magic
Ah!!!! That’s very kind of you to say so.
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