The prestigious photographic magazine LensWork published its second annual book in a series “Seeing in Sixes.” I am honored to have six pages there with my architectural black and white series “What Else Is There.” The idea behind the book is to present a story, or concept, or common subject, in a short photographic essay, not unlike the Japanese form of poetry known as the haiku. Why exactly six images? The number comes from another literary concept, pioneered by Ernest Hemingway, called the six-word story. Apparently, there is even a website devoted to that new literary genre… fascinating.
You can see those photographs larger in my Black & White gallery.