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Everyday: A Yearlong Photo Diary by Byron…

Everyday: A Yearlong Photo Diary

by Byron Wolfe

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I love many different kinds of photography, from the obvious drama of Ansel Adams to random family photos on Flickr. This book could have been amazing. But all I got out of it is that his kids have cute bottoms, and they are very messy and they get it from him. There's more white space than pictures, more noise than signal. ( )
  Cheryl_in_CC_NV | Jun 6, 2016 |
I really loved working through this book. What it lacks in words, it makes up in pictures that take a long time to figure out and piece together. The story of a life in details most people miss. This was inspirational and amazing. ( )
  wanderlustlover | Jul 24, 2013 |
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In his first book, photographer Byron Wolfe, recipient of the esteemed Santa Fe Prize for Photography, celebrates the beauty of daily life by making one original, compelling picture every day for a year. The resulting images create an intimate document of the everydaydomestic scenes, nature, children, and meditative still lifesuniversal in their simplicity and appeal. 365 photos capture the minutiae of life as it is actually experienced to create a narrative attuned to detail, place, and the passage of time. Everyday demonstrates how serious creative work can stem from the most ordinary settings, and how surprisingly often mundane detail and unexpected beauty turn out to be one in the same.

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