Susan Worsham: Juror Selection
One, One Thousand 2 Year Anniversary

Susan Worsham: Bittersweet On Bostwick Lane

“Susan Worsham is a photographic artist who uses her camera to create perfect Southern novelas, complete with plots that describe personal history, nuances of forgotten spaces, and the people that shape her world. Susan has the remarkable ability to celebrate the ordinary and the overlooked in a world where life moves by in a blur. Her photographs have the cadence of colorful, slowed-down days that keep the past and the present in glorious focus.” — Aline Smithson, Editor of Lenscratch

Susan Worsham: Bittersweet On Bostwick Lane

Click here to see more of Susan Worsham’s "Bittersweet On Bostwick Lane."

Susan Worsham: Bittersweet On Bostwick Lane

Click here to see more of Susan Worsham’s "Bittersweet On Bostwick Lane."

Editor’s Note: Susan Worsham was selected for inclusion in our 2 Year Anniversary edition by juror, Aline Smithson. You can view another selection of Worsham’s photography previously featured in our publication in October 2011. You can also visit Worsham’s website susanworshamphotography.com to view more of her work.

"The greatest thing a human soul ever does in this world is to see something, and tell what it saw in a plain way. Hundreds of people can talk for one who can think, but thousands can think for one who can see. To see clearly is poetry, prophecy, and religion, all in one." John Ruskin

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