Hanging a show is part of the art, and George Hagen did a fabulous job of choosing placement of the images. A good example is the juxtaposition of two of Pam Degarimore's shots. One is a tight close-up of an angelic young girl with a peaches-and-cream complexion that was taken at the Renaissance Pleasure Faire. The other is a cranky-looking, wrinkled old Cuban woman who is smoking and glaring into the camera. What a contrast.
I noticed that many of the photos in this exhibit were taken on club field trips. I recognized photos from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, the north rim of the Grand Canyon, Cambria, Morro Bay, San Diego Zoo Safari Park and Olvera Street in Los Angeles. One of the really neat things about this group is the fabulous outdoor settings that we visit together.
Vic commented that one of Hagen's shots was his favorite. I replied, "Oh, yeah, his extreme close-up of the night-blooming cereus."