American photographer Ralph Eugene Meatyard (1925-1972) purchased his first camera in 1950 to document moments of family life and his casual interest in photography quickly turned to a passion. For the next twenty-two years, he spent his weekends touring the countryside around his suburban Lexington, Kentucky (USA) home with his wife and three children, Michael, Christopher and Melissa. His family became his...
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