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Juan Buhler, Mendocino, 2009
'Tis a good day to catch up with Juan Buhler, street photographer extraordinaire, on The Water Molotov. The archive now numbers 1,425 photographs. (Just click on each image to get to the next one.)
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Posted at 12:15 PM in Photographers, current, Random Excellence | Permalink
Delish! So many great images on Juan's site. If there's a clinker, I certainly haven't found it. Consistently wonderful. Thanks, Juan!
Stephen Gillette |
Sunday, 15 November 2009 at 12:31 PM
Terrific. Love this one http://photoblog.jbuhler.com/index.php?showimage=1458. Medieval doctor with a plague mask...
Sunday, 15 November 2009 at 01:03 PM
Amazing work! The photos are motivation to hit the streets now!
Sunday, 15 November 2009 at 01:19 PM
This man definitely has a good eye. Great pix. I love the one of the man at a table with the little girl pontificating on the right and her cuddly bunny 'looking on' on the left.
Also, above, what a cool car!
Roger Bradbury |
Sunday, 15 November 2009 at 02:14 PM
Wow, thanks Mike! I was actually feeling a bit uninspired, unhappy about my photos today--this post made my day! Off to shoot now.
Juan Buhler |
Sunday, 15 November 2009 at 04:19 PM
Sunday, 15 November 2009 at 06:33 PM
I've been enjoying Juan's photography since your article about him in the January '07 issue of "Black and White Photography".
I try to check in at least once a week -- always some great photos awaiting.
Thomas Risberg |
Sunday, 15 November 2009 at 07:51 PM
Thanks Mike, and thanks, Juan. I love it when a photo can make me laugh out loud.
Dave Reichert |
Monday, 16 November 2009 at 12:57 AM
stunning black and white photography very in the moment!
Will Pateman Photography |
Monday, 16 November 2009 at 03:55 AM
If you want to see a shorter number of his pictures, search in Pentax Photo Gallery
Monday, 16 November 2009 at 04:50 AM
Wow - these really are amazing. Each of his images manages to convey something that makes it a unique moment.
Damon Schreiber |
Monday, 16 November 2009 at 12:30 PM
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