While riding in the Toyota this morning and enjoying my coffee and the landscape, "I Drink Alone" a George Thorogood and the Destroyers classic came on. It could be changed to "I Photograph Alone" to include a large part of my portfolio over the decades. There has been only one individual that I have been able to work in the field with and experience a juxtaposition of style, approach, and emotional response to making art. Whether looking on the ground glass together or working separately, but in unison, this is a rarity. Edward Weston worked with Charise, but in reading most biographical accounts from those in fine art black and white photography (both masters and contemporary), one is struck by the near unanimity of a solo approach. David Plowden has noted in his biographical accounts that being on the road nearly every day of the year was a causal factor in the demise of his first marriage.