TOP reader and street photographer Simon Robinson, who knows how to compose in the square, tells me he has lately been spending most of his time publishing 'zines (his own work and the work of others) under the Fistful of Books imprint.
Simon, whose entire name didn't appear anywhere on his old website until I mentioned it to him(!), was born in England, raised in New Zealand, and has lived in Scotland since 1996.
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David Lykes Keenan: "Simon just released a small book of my photographs taken in the Croatian city of Vukovar 10 years ago. What a great job he did in selecting and pairing the photographs."
Simon Robinson: "Thanks for the encouraging comments! The photograph was taken on a Minolta Autocord—I love the square format and have had many 6x6 cameras (Rollei and Minolta TLR's, a couple of Mamiya 6's and a Bronica SQAi). The barber shop is called 'Mohair' and has now moved from King Street (where this picture was taken) around the corner to Trongate. I would really love a digital TLR!!"