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Thank you so much for all your comments. I take great pride in my work and appreciate when people like the results. I have started to put some of my celebrity work online for browsing at http://www.OscarAbolafia.com. I hope you enjoy it.
to Oscar Abolafia,as a devoted b&w street photographer of a dozen years, I want to thank you for your heartfelt documentation of our strange and beautiful world; perhaps in these subjective participatory impressions, we may remember how the daily fabric of humanity fits into the bigger picture of society. Thank you!
any chance I could visit and view from the archives? I would consider it a great honor and education, to keep the fire burning. po, nyc
I spotted a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye in your collection on the slideshow. It's inspiration whenever I see it as it is the only camera I use. [These are from a previous Leonard Lopate show (guest hosted by Alice Rhee) http://www.wnyc.org/slideshows/henderson/8] Did you use it, and if so, for what kinds of photos? Many thanks to you and to Leonard. ejh
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