A beautiful weekend here in San Francisco - and a delightful Sunday afternoon spent at the MOMA exploring the exhibition of the photographs of Henri Cartier-Bresson (1908 - 2004). An extensive exhibit of over 250
"Visitors who do not yet know Cartier-Bresson's work - or do not realize how often they have seen it - will find an education here, not only in photo history but also in the timing and the judgment of framing, position and occasion that make unforgettable pictures possible. Those skills were rare in the "modern century" when Cartier-Bresson personified them. The ease and dumpability of digital photography promise to make them ever rarer as the postmodern century unfolds."Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle
"The creative act lasts but a brief moment, a lightning instant
of give-and-take, just long enough for you to level the camera and
to trap the fleeting prey in your little box."
And if that's not enough - there's always just the simple joy of seeing Yerba Buena Park - with the MOMA in the distance . . . and being so close to the heartbeat of the city . . .
For more information on the exhibit, click HERE.