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Can you believe Christmas is less than a month away!?
"Since 2012, Rental Claus has been renting re-plantable trees to people who want to lessen tree waste & also help provide a habitat for wildlife between festivities. People often rent the same tree year after year and lovingly give the tree a name."
The challenge for 52Frames this week was "Inspired by a Photographer" and the extra challenge was "Random Photographer Generator." No EC this week, I knew who my inspiring photographer was going to be.
Season of Giving
The photographer I chose is my father, Robert Lafoon.
If you have ever viewed a book or movie with photographs from the Vietnam War you likely saw my father's work.
My dad was a soldier with the US Army's DASPO unit in Vietnam, sent to document the war effort with a medium format twin lens reflex camera.
As a boy I was most fascinated with his pictures of "army men," guns, tanks, and other implements of war. Today, his work that inspires me the most are the candid shots that show the humanity of people despite the war around them.
The style is editorial/documentary, nearly always ambient light, shoot what you got where you are.
This is a fellow volunteer at a huge holiday light display that accepts food, children's toys and pet supply donations instead of admission.
If you are in the Statesboro, Georgia (USA) area over the holidays, please bring canned food, children's toys and/or pet supply donations, then enjoy an amazing light display! https://www.facebook.com/TMT-Farm-Christmas-Lights-Drive-Thru-304215459685088/
For more information about DASPO photographers and photography during the Vietnam War, be sure to check out the Pritzker Military Museum and Library exhibit online at https://www.pritzkermilitary.org/explore/museum/past-exhibits/faces-war-photography-front-lines-vietnam