Don Farber is a photographer deeply influenced by his understanding of Buddhist practice. In March, Throckmorton Fine Art opened a show of his Buddhist pictures in New York and Don was heading there to be part of it when his plans were disrupted by Covid 19. The show stayed up but few got to see it and that’s a shame because these are pictures worth seeing. The good news is you can view them here today and also learn something of how they came to be in this interview. Hi Don, Let’s start here. How did you start taking...
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