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August 21, 2015 / Gregory Williams

When You Give a Little Kid a Camera

Last week I gave my little kid a camera. Here are some of her photographs.

dock

waters edge

totem at northwest railway museumguy on a bike

August 19, 2015 / Gregory Williams

Toddler in a Beach Hat

toddler in beach hat

Shot with this Canon Canonet 28 on Ilford HP5 400. Anna Maria Island, Florida 2015.

August 14, 2015 / Gregory Williams

Konica C35 EFS auto focus camera

Gregory Williams:

There is just something awesome about handing a little kid a camera and seeing what comes out of it. Before my little kid left for a trip to the coast today I loaded up this Konica and dropped it in her back pack for a surprise.

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Konica35EFS

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August 14, 2015 / Gregory Williams

Diorama House

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Creepy.”

Diorama

Scan of printed photograph with paper character. More diorama photos here and here.

July 10, 2015 / Gregory Williams

Steam Train

July 5, 2015 / Gregory Williams

Young People in the Sea

June 2, 2015 / Gregory Williams

Veterans Day: Henry Lincoln Johnson

Gregory Williams:

Reblogging to note the good news. Henry Lincoln Johnson has finally received his Medal of Honor.

http://www.npr.org/sections/thetwo-way/2015/06/02/411270886/harlem-hellfighter-and-jewish-soldier-get-long-overdue-medals-of-honor

Originally posted on Social Williams:

Pretty much everything I know about Henry Lincoln Johnson I learned from reading “Badass” by Ben Thompson. With respect to Mr. Thompson I shall try to tell Mr. Johnson’s story without plagiarising his work. Henry_Johnson

Basically this is the gist of it. Johnson enlisted in the Army in World War I because he was a patriot, and he was pretty tired of carrying heavy crap around for white people in New York City.

When he got to Europe, his unit, the 369th “Harlem Hell Fighters”, was given every crap job in the theater of war until finally the French, who by this time had their balls in a vice and were pissed that the Americans had not yet committed themselves to combat on the front lines, were given command of this all Black American unit which they threw at the Germans as soon as they could.

One night while on guard…

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