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All throughout the '1990s if it was the second week in August I knew exactly where I would be -- at the Howard County Fair.
I was a staffer at Patuxent Publishing, a (then) photo-conscious chain of weekly papers. Issues were commonly over 200 pages. And since they ran the results of every 4H judging in the fair, I knew I would have 28(!) pages of listings to fill with photography.
They gave me most of the week to shoot, print and caption, and ran the photos huge in B&W. I was happy as a pig in mud.
So when choosing photos for the culture section of my Howard County Guide project, I knew I wanted to go back and include something from the fair. Read more »