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Morrie Camhi

Stonehenge II, 1976

gelatin silver print

image 10 x 10

donated by Lynne Camhi

Morrie was foremost a humanist; that is he had a deep feeling for his fellow men and cared little about photographing scenic views or flowers. He had a sharp eye as a photographer for what would best suit a person as a subject. These characteristics made him a special kind of photographer of people whether from the private or public spheres.

-Van Deren Coke

Morrie Camhi web site