November 27th last we published a photo essay – or several – that gathered around the subject of candid street photography. We began with pictures of our friend Clay Eals’ mother Virginia Slate Eals snapped on Seattle streets during the Second World War. Now Clay has found a few more examples from out of town and we happily add them with his captions. The top two have come from Donna Crowe, his co-worker at Encompass in North Bend. Donna is pictured as a child in the second image. From Clay’s many years as editor of the West Seattle Herald we know that they will be spelled and punctuated correctly.
We’ll finish the quartet with another of Clay’s mom, but this time not in Seattle.