My intention for this space is to present some of the people whom I have known and loved and lost over the years. Now, in my seventy-fourth year many of these faces are frozen and lost in time. I did not know how to keep them. I did not know how important they were, not then when I had them, only now after so many have slipped through my fingers. They haave traveled into their own futures and I into mine without a look back. I simply let them go. In the 60's and 70's, we had no concept of loosing one another. We would always be connected to one another in the family further. . This gallery is for all of you, my dear ones. I will always love you.
Take lots of picture os your people. Do not be shy. They will get used to the camera. I suggest that you record the voices in sound of stories from you old onew old ones. They will be the first to leave you. Their voices can heal the grief of their loss and keep them close to you heart.
"Bugsy in a Shiny Hat" Glenn Dale, MD 1987
"The Princesses" Bradford, UK 2004
"Franny At The Silo" Honeoy Falls, NY, 1974
"Martha Makes a Damned Good Martini" Glenn Dale, MD 2020
His farm near Sheldon, IA, 1952
"Jayna in Motion" Prince George's County, MD, 2012