There may not be many cows in
Two of the best books in the world are Japanese photography books:
Sonomama Sonomama (a common photographer's utterance meaning “just as you are"), Taishi Hirokawa’s captivating images of everyday people wearing high fashion in Ehime in the Japanese countryside - anyone for grilled squid on a stick from a beachfront vendor in Yohji Yamamoto?
and Ken Ohara’s ONE from 1970, a thick, square artist's book containing nearly 500 pictures of international people – each closely cropped to show the mouth, eyes, nose and cheeks only (the part cops concentrate on when identifying suspects because the center of the face fluctuates the least with age, weight or changes in hair).
how many photographers does it take to shoot a shot like this?
or hanging with friends, photography sure is omoshiroi (fun)!