UC Riverside, California Museum of Photography > Keystone-Mast Collection > Important Geographically. On the shores of the larger of Twin Lakes North to Twin Peaks (10,501) the lakes are at (9,900 ft.) Tulare County, Calif. It seems to me you constantly forget trimming & I still captured[?] that unless you mark your base line you are apt to b hasty about location of life- To my mind for a good composition I rather have the rock in near foreground with no life & have the life where it is now, unless you want portrait work the dominant note, this way life is an incident- you see the good shadows of the man- the only life up there, this elderly man & his old wife & he had all he could do to climb there, these rocks look close together & easy but they are bad to climb & get hold on it, especially if you have no rubber soles on your shoes-I got mine fixed in Fresno for this work. Promised a photo to this man

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Title
Important Geographically. On the shores of the larger of Twin Lakes North to Twin Peaks (10,501) the lakes are at (9,900 ft.) Tulare County, Calif. It seems to me you constantly forget trimming & I still captured[?] that unless you mark your base line you are apt to b hasty about location of life- To my mind for a good composition I rather have the rock in near foreground with no life & have the life where it is now, unless you want portrait work the dominant note, this way life is an incident- you see the good shadows of the man- the only life up there, this elderly man & his old wife & he had all he could do to climb there, these rocks look close together & easy but they are bad to climb & get hold on it, especially if you have no rubber soles on your shoes-I got mine fixed in Fresno for this work. Promised a photo to this man
Creator
Philip Brigandi
Contributor
Gifford M. Mast
Date Created and/or Issued
1925
Publication Information
Keystone View Company
Contributing Institution
UC Riverside, California Museum of Photography
Collection
Keystone-Mast Collection
Rights Information
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Description
Important Geographically. On the shores of the larger of Twin Lakes North to Twin Peaks (10,501) the lakes are at (9,900 ft.) Tulare County, Calif. It seems to me you constantly forget trimming & I still captured[?] that unless you mark your base line you are apt to b hasty about location of life- To my mind for a good composition I rather have the rock in near foreground with no life & have the life where it is now, unless you want portrait work the dominant note, this way life is an incident- you see the good shadows of the man- the only life up there, this elderly man & his old wife & he had all he could do to climb there, these rocks look close together & easy but they are bad to climb & get hold on it, especially if you have no rubber soles on your shoes-I got mine fixed in Fresno for this work. Promised a photo to this man.
Type
image
Format
Keystone photo print 7.18 in. x 4.18 in.
Identifier
http://ark.cdlib.org/ark:/13030/kt5g501443
1996.0009.KU47513
Language
English
Subject
Nature
Bodies of water
Lakes and ponds
Place
North and Central America
United States
California
Tulare
Latitude: 36 16 N
Longitude: 118 48 W

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