From my archives… the original 1967 Le Mans-winning Ford GT 40 Mk IV (chassis J-5) driven to victory by Dan Gurney and A.J. Foyt. I would argue this is one of the – if not the #1 – most important American-built race cars in history, and a personal favorite.
Photographed with my iPhone at the 2017 SEMA Show, Las Vegas.
On a visit to Las Vegas many years ago, I photographed this poster of Paul Newman and Lee Marvin covering the wall of an elevator at the #LinqHotel, unaware of who the photographer was. It was this photo that inspired me to become serious about photography – my secret ambition is still to make a photograph this good someday.
Terry Patrick O’Neill was the photographer. He passed away yesterday at the age of 81.
Rivo Alto Canal, as seen from The Toledo bridge. Naples, Long Beach, California.
“Rivo Alto” translated from Italian means “High Stream”
Photographed by Daniel Stiel
Blue Meets Yellow (2011) by Stanley Whitney (b. 1946). Currently on display at the Palm Springs Art Museum.
She was the prettiest girl at the ballpark, a little shy, and sitting all by herself in the afternoon sunshine.
So I asked if I could take her picture. I’m glad she said yes.
Tobacco (tobacco knife). 2018. Alison Saar @ Palm Springs Art Museum
The B. Gerald Cantor Sculpture Garden at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.