If I've never posted William Christenberry's work before, then shame on me. If I have, it's so good I don't even mind the repetition. I have enjoyed his photography for a while for reasons that are probably pretty evident. Rural southern places that time has forgotten or where it seems to at least follow a slower clock, check. Solitary buildings, check. Beauty in sadness, check. Found objects, check.
I haven't managed to find too many sites that properly showcase his body of work, so if you can get your hands on a copy of this book I highly recommend it. "Kodachromes" is a new book that will be released in October, which will be on my wish list.
Check out this quick interview: