Monday, August 27, 2007


Here's one of favs from a project I just finished on Mexican horse racing. The story read as such...Jarocha and El Chicano, two quarter horses, are set to sprint 230 yards down a dirt track in Swansea. The horses anxiously kick dust into the hot July air as track owner Adolfo Chavero tries to clear spectators from the track. “Señores! Señores!” Chavero shouts as he waves his arms at a cluster of spectators crowding the track. “Por favor!” Twenty dollar bills pass through the hands of men wearing Wrangler jeans and Western-style shirts as they sip beer and banter about the horses and the bets.


Blogger matt said...

magnum, dude. in the age of capa and running an agency in an apartment in paris above a cafe where you had business lunches and and wine and all sorts of excitement... energy... romanticism... and that photo is so quiet and good. not sure if that makes sense, but it sure is a nice smap.

7:23 PM  
Blogger Judy said...

A gorgeous shot. The whole multimedia piece is beautiful, Gerry. Great work.

10:35 PM  

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