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Photographer’s Choice 2010


Photographer's Choice 2010

Each year Atlanta Photography Group (APG) presents Choice, an exciting exhibition featuring over 30 APG members’ work. Each artist has chosen one of their most stunning and innovative images from this year to present in this show. I chose a image in 2010 that I am very pleased with the final outcome. Both my subject and my self-portrait are present in this image.

A Moment in Time Cowboy

A Moment in Time

This image of an amazing local character was taken in New Mexico. I shared my lunch with him and then asked him if I could take his picture. You can see my self portrait in the mirror reflection. This image hung in 2010 at the Atlanta Photography Group’s Gallery during their Photographer’s Choice annual exhibition.

March 12-April 23, 2010

Opening: Friday March 12, 2010 – 7:30 p.m.

Don’t miss this chance to view and collect images from some of Atlanta’s finest photographers. Each is represented by an image he or she has personally selected for inclusion in this annual exhibition.

Directions: Just North of Piedmont Hospital on Peac

htree Street, (from the 2199 block) turn on Bennett Street, drive through the parking lot. Tula Art Center is on the right near the end of Bennett Street. The gallery is on the lower level, Suite B-1.

Gallery Hours: Wednesday through Saturday 12:00—4:00 p.m. 404-605-0605 or

APG Atlanta Photography Group


4 comments on Photographer’s Choice 2010

  1. Pauline says:

    That is so neat, John! Had to look close to see your self-portrait. (But I miss the squirrel.)
    Thanks for sharing!

    1. John Enslow says:

      Both were taken on the same trip. If I remember it correctly, I think actually on the same day. The squirrel posed first in the morning and then my lunch partner at high noon. I have a huge image of this one hanging in my dining room. Glad I am in this image, makes it a self-portrait and a narrative portraiture.

  2. Pauline says:

    Is that really his truck or just a prop? Such a kind looking man! Hey, that looks like the bungee cord, hanging down from inside the door, that you used on “Succumbing to the Law of Gravity!”

    1. viewfinder says:

      Absolutely! I lent the bungee cord to him after my jump…hehehehe. Just kidding. I met this man in Taos, NM and I was eating lunch that day and started sharing it with him. He was a sweet man and this was not his truck. It was the truck I parked next to to eat lunch. He had another truck which didn’t have as much character. I won’t ever forget him. He was a highlight of that trip. The other highlight was also a character in another truck.

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