Ms. Booth's Garden
Photographs by Jack Kotz. Text by Bailey White.
University Press Of Mississippi, Jackson, 2002. 140 pp., 108 color illustrations, 10x8¼".
The photographs in Ms. Booth's Garden are the culmination of twenty years of work by nationally renowned photographer Jack Kotz. They present a poignant and deeply personal look at both a changing rural landscape and the graceful way with which a strong and independent woman adapts her lifestyle to those changes while accepting the new parameters of her old age. Kotz's images are of things and ways, old and new. There are portraits of the aged and the youthful, and landscapes that reflect timelessness among change.
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