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JOHN CROSLEY, PHOTOGRAPHER
You may judge me by the photos I take and the 16,000 plus comments under my photos. There are back stories under many of them.
e-mail: jcrosley (insert @ sign) photo.net
Among the many if you look carefully are some of historical interest.
Look, and you will see Nixon, arms outstretched, reaching around me, Pat, his wife, gloved hands touchingly reaching around his waist in a crowd in San Francisco, all surrounded by a the throng and everpresent Secret Service.
See a soldier with gas mask on and fixed bayonet stare menacingly at University of California Berkeley students assembled peacefully, some with balloons on strings, most seated,; none appearing to harbor any threat. You even can see peaceful demonstrators through the soldier's eyepiece.
Photos here were taken from the late '60s to just the other day, literally, and there are nearly 2,000 of them.
This is a club, Photos are not curated more because for some reason some photos that seem not so important or attractive to me seem to be attractive to others for various reasons.
I shoot in many genres.
'Street' is my first love.
Tens of millions of eyeballs and clicks and 16,000+ comments (many from me in reply or explanation) attest to the popularity of this portfolio with visitors.
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COLOR THEN TO NOW
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