the early 1960s black and white photography was the meduim of choice for many
photographers, both professional and amateur . On my jourmey up the Danube I found
perfect light and many genuinely sympathetic people who gave time and thought
to my efforts.
pictures were shot when I was still dedicated to still photography. Fortunately
the Eastern Bloc as it was known was not new to me as In my final year at university
I had arranged a pan-European exhibition with entries among others from Hungary,
Poland, and the German Democratic Republic.
Here are just a few of black and white images from my Danube journey. The technical
details and acknowledgements are at the bottom of the page Tony Morrison