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Keith Taylor, Bird’s Nest
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Keith Taylor

Bird's Nest, Buffalo County, Wisconsin
Website - KeithTaylorPhoto.com

Keith Taylor is a photographer and printmaker originally from London, now living in Minneapolis. He works with platinum, polymer photogravure, silver gelatin and three-colour gum dichromate processes.
 

Posted on Tuesday, October 30, 2007.

 

 

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