Gary Brumfield has been a friend, mentor, encourager, and teacher to me as well as many others. He was the push behind the lock-timing experiments, helping me to develop methodology we used to time locks. Much of his help came while we were at the Seminar at Bowling Green back in the ’80s.
On the first day of the early Seminars, we would meet behind Terry Leeper’s house and have a little shoot. Nothing formal, just a chance to touch off a few and get acquainted. Two of the photos below came from those afternoon shoots.
The last photo of Gary was taken at the Seminar in the late ’80s. I used it for the title photo, but thought I’d end with it too. This is the way I choose to remember him.