On a recent trip to Virginia, Keri and I were able to view the Photographs Take Time exhibit. There are some photos you see in books or on the internet that resonate and prompt you to seek out more from the artist. Then you see the prints. Granted not all of these were originals. Some were reproductions, others were presented as they were originally presented. The Pirreli calendar pages as an example. It's still worth seeing them as they were intended. Below are a few highlights for me, starting with a print by Alexey Titarenko. We also saw prints by Alfred Stieglitz, Harry Callahan, William Christenberry, Chris McCaw, and some truly wonderful prints by Henry Peach Robinson that were composite shots from multiple negatives made in the late 1800's (those were incredible).