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[Updated January 11, 2022]
Since June 2020, I have been slowly adding new photographs to this gallery. Many of my photographs are analog, taken with black/white and color 35mm film, and color 70mm film using early 35mm SLR and Hasselblad 70mm cameras. I am in the process of scanning those original film-based images and converting them to digital. Scanning analog photographs and converting them to digital is very time consuming but well worth it.
I will be posting my large inventory of fine art photographs from the serious to delirious for your viewing and purchasing pleasure.
My "Art Hat" has become a permanent fixture. I don't usually need a hard hat for this kind of construction, unless I fall asleep and fall out of my desk chair after a few days of sleep deprivation. It might be time to invent a combo Art/Hard Hat. Oh, yah, and add on a Thinking Cap app. too!
This site is the culmination of several earlier sites that I created and utilized for my book and publication company, for a "duckitude" project, and for an early version of an online fine photography gallery and its short-lived brick-and-mortar existence .
Thank you for visiting! Best wishes, Ron
Orig. Print Signed by Photographer. Bruce McLaren, Turn 6, 10/26/1969, Riverside Raceway, CA
Entitled "Full Tilt Bruce." World famous Bruce McLaren (#4) full tilt at Turn 6, signaling he is passing, then passing wide. It was a classic natural move for him, swinging out around the slower Lola in front of him. McLaren had the keys to both Turns 6 and 7 at Riverside International Raceway (RIR).
In June 1970, Bruce died in a mechanical failure accident testing a new Can Am car at Goodwood, UK, after accelerating to approx. 170 mph on the Lavant to Woodcote straightaway.
This image is a low resolution version required for posting at Selz. The print is made from a 20Mb or larger image.
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