Image Interlude: What the Nanny Saw

There are so many blog entries swirling about my head, but alas, not this week. This week I give you another story in pictures.

Vivian Maier had been a housekeeper and nanny in 1950s Chicago, and died in 2009. Only after her death was her wealth of talent discovered and put on display. Makes you think: you never know the depth of creativity in even the lowliest of people.

From the UK’s DailyMail online.

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One Response to Image Interlude: What the Nanny Saw

  1. These are strikingly beautiful and thoughful images. I’m going to seek out more information on her and where the photographs might be on exhibit. Thanks for sharing.

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