Not sure if this is the right place for this post, but folks in the Allentown/Philly/Central jersey area that frequent Doylestown might consider stopping at 22 N. Main St in Doylestown and seeing a couple of dozen images I have taken over the last 30 years. They show lasts until mid -March, and has the normal coffee shop hours. The Michener Museum in Doylestown is also running a photo exhibit of portraits that is owned by a local collector, and is well worth a visit. This is my second show, and this time I realize why the curator job description has such validity, as I really wrestled with how to organize, etc. I tried two things differently this time. First I decided to include some street portraits, even though I know they don't generally sell. I did this because I like these photos. Secondly, I decided to add a few 6X6 contact prints mounted in 12X12 inch frames. My feeling was that I could price them a little less, and they may reach other folks (women?) than might not otherwise be interested. I would appreciate any feedback, positive or negative, and thanks in advance for those of you who can stop to view the photographs.