Where were you at noon on Sunday, August 17th?
I, for one, was eating an omelette (Japanese style: onions, a little shoyu and sugar, cold rice on the side) in my mom's kitchen. I watched the clock on my phone turn to 12:00 Central Time and knew that at that moment, 11 photographers were working harder than me. Whether at home, on vacation, working in the field or watching their children - each was making a single picture to capture what they found before them.
[ tinytinygroupshow is a mini electroexhibit of photographs based around a basic theme. There are no gallery hours, price lists, commissions, lengthy wall texts or attractive gallery attendants. tinytinygroupshow is a place to have a brief look at some photography, by photographers known and unknown, in a manner that hopefully provokes a little thought. View past tinytinygroupshows here. ]
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