It is with great sadness that I heard about John Pfahl’s recent departure (April 15, 2020), a victim of several ailments and COVID-19. I met John Pfahl for the first time at his Buffalo home in the Fall of 1996. My conversation with him was part of my research on American contemporary landscape photography. We spent most of the day discussing ideas and looking at his photographs. He was always very supportive of my efforts. I always enjoyed his cool humorous smile, an attitude toward life and humanity that he often expressed in his photography. John came to Western New...
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