National Photography Month~ May 2

Umbrella Tree at Smith’s Point [second view] by Marian Hooper Adams

1883 / Photograph / Image size: 4 3/5″x7 6/10″
Marian Hooper Adams photographs collection, photo no.50.72, Massachusetts Historical Society

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Clover held a good deal [of] pain, despite her perfect-seeming privileged upbringing, she still was human and had immense feelings of loss. She carried her baggage and photography was a way for her to express herself and her longing for human connection.
~ https://www.oursphotomag.com/blog/marian-hooper-adams-1880

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