Welcome to a wonderful Sunday morning. As many of you know, Sunday posts are often about photography or art or things that are different, yet not funny. Today ODDMAN is featuring a wonderful freelance photographer by the name of FERNANDO FARFAN. Fernando is based out of Gatineau, Quebec, CANADA. Please take a look at a sampling of his work. All pictures are used with Fernando’s permission. At the end of the post there is a link to his FaceBook page plus other links for additional photos, so please go visit.


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Fernando Farfan on FaceBook: HERE

Other photos: HERE

Tumblr: HERE



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  1. Deacon March 23, 2014 at 12:35 pm #

    Photography is my hobby, aka passion, and I would like to offer to your readers the photography of Mike Meyer, or Mike Disfarmer (he changed his last name). Although the photos are over 60 years ago and he never received any acclaim for his work…….and he broke most of the “rules” in photography (good for him), his photos of ordinary people at the time reach out and grab you by the heart and the gut. You can’t help but look at every detail from the clothing to the facial expressions to even the smallest detail like an untied shoe.

    Vivian Maier, another photographer whose photos were found and her work is amazing.

    Feel free to look them both up on the internet.

    In the world of technology that we live in now, everyone has the opportunity to catch and hold a moment in time. It may be a person walking a dog, an elderly person sitting in a park, children looking at a bug in the grass, a deserted small town street, a restaurant employee having a cigarette in an alley behind a restaurant. Whatever the subject and as much as it may seem inconsequential at the moment…….50-60-70 years from now, someone may say “I’m glad those photos were taken”.

    • ODDMAN March 24, 2014 at 9:51 am #

      I remember Vivian Maier’s story when it hit the news, though I had not seen her photographs before. After looking a some of them, she will definitely be featured in a photography post. Her work is just incredible.

      I did not know Mike Disfarmer’s work at all. It too is great. Again, another photography post composed of his work.

      Two great suggestions that I will follow through on in the future.

  2. Dave Cason March 24, 2014 at 9:27 am #

    When the photographer starts taking selfies like this guy does with the cute stogie and the rebel hat, you KNOW they’re way too in to themselves – the pics are OK but most of them are just “meh” …..

  3. Jeff Darwin March 24, 2014 at 11:57 am #

    Mike Disfarmer (aka Mike Meyer) was certainly an interesting photographer who should of been more acclaimed for his work. Unfortunately too many excellent photographers who shoot ordinary folks aren’t recognized for their great work. It’s a shame really.

    As for these photos here, to me they’re sloppy and in most part quite amateurish. I like Dave Cason’s comment about the cigar, the rebel hat and “you KNOW they’re way too in to themselves” haha.

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