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craig 15-Jun-2016 09:01
Do you recall a woman by the name of Linda Joy Traitz who said she worked at the Café Figaro in 1969?
coffre fort23-May-2015 18:04
Very impressive photography…
perte cheveux17-May-2015 12:02
Your gallery is very impressive
Ruff Zvetkoff 02-Jan-2014 20:16
Thanks fpr posting the Griffith park photos. I went to both the Griffith Park love-ins and Elysian be-ins I remember that day those photos were taken. I recognized my old girlfriend in her dress in pic # 4 and know why you tokk the photo. I liked looking at the pretty grils too and emember the sisters in photo 15, but I never met them. These photos remind me of the way it felt to go to the love-ins. I was a teen who totally fell for the social engineerng of the 60's. Little did I know back then, but who cared what tomorow would bring? A least someone saved tp days of great change in photos. Thanks again.
L. Garon 15-Jun-2013 21:01
Dear Saintj, a friend of mine on a fb wall posted the series of photos that you took in Griffith Park back in the late sixties and to my surprise & delight one of the photos had the grinning face of my son's father! How cool!
H. Weiss 23-Aug-2011 22:06
I very much enjoyed your pictures of then governor Jerry Brown. I wish I could have been at that ralley to hear what he was talking about. Do you remember what he was talking about? I went to school just up the street from there but had graduated before this event.
Guest 20-Mar-2011 23:58
Your photography is amazing... really nice work. A goldmine of imagery here...
Lau Ra
Eve Kessler 19-Feb-2009 03:20
Dear Kenneth,
I was at the love-in in Griffith park when I was about 10 years old. It's one of my strongest memories of childhood...go figure. Seeing your wonderful photos today stirred up memories that have been quiet for decades. There is one photo in particular (griffith park #41) that I would love to have a copy of if possible. The girl in the pigtails could be me. My email is keskes12@yahoo.com...Eve Kessler...thanks!
J. Parker Compton 29-Mar-2008 22:56
Here's my contact info:
J. Parker Compton
jpcusa2@yahoo.com
J. Parker Compton 29-Mar-2008 21:40
Thank you for your wonderful work and for sharing them on PB.
btw - I hope that you might grant me permission to feature your
photos in a music video of a song I recorded for Columbia in 1969.
You can find the track "Yesterday's Roads" by going to Collector's Choice Music and
search for "Appaloosa." I'd like to post it on You Tube.
Guest 27-Jun-2007 13:39
Thank you for sharing your work. Had a great time looking at them.
Guest 23-May-2007 19:00
Hi, i want see you pictures, but i don´t have password
Guest 08-Mar-2007 08:47
Simply astounding! Keep getting better ok?
Thomas 03-Oct-2006 19:57
Keep up the good work nie znaleziono slownika... moze zla katagoria
Hal Hannah 15-Jul-2006 17:47
Hey Ken I'm glad you finally got around to doing this.
It might inspire me to rummage around in my old negs and pics,and see what pearls I can find.

Hal
Mark 04-Jul-2006 15:04
Keep up the good work
Reshmi 09-Jun-2006 10:38
Hi Ken,
I like so much your pictures and their feel! I'm going to publish old pictures on our club magazine (they must be taken during the 60's and the 70's with Asahi Pentax cameras and should give the feeling of the time) and I believe your pictures couldn't fit better. So I ask your permission to use them for that purpose. You and your website will be fully acknowledged and you'll receive a copy of the magazine.
Please see info about our club: www.aohc.it
Dario 26-Jun-2005 17:01
Hi Ken,
I like so much your pictures and their feel! I'm going to publish old pictures on our club magazine (they must be taken during the 60's and the 70's with Asahi Pentax cameras and should give the feeling of the time) and I believe your pictures couldn't fit better. So I ask your permission to use them for that purpose. You and your website will be fully acknowledged and you'll receive a copy of the magazine.
Please see info about our club: www.aohc.it
and about our magazine:http://www.aohc.it/spotmate.htm
and about the vintage pictures:http://www.aohc.it/picte.htm
Thanks dso much for sharing such wonderful images!
Dario from Italy
aron pieman kay 23-May-2005 04:49
hey the days of the love-ins still are in our hearts
aron pieman kay (green power)
http://www.pieman.org
pieman@pieman.org
Ray :)21-Apr-2005 16:10
I am so glad that you have taken the time and trouble to scan these photos for the world to enjoy. They show that you were, and are a great photographer.
As for the four divas, I could only be sure of Joni Mitchell, as I idolised her in the late sixties, even though she was hardly a 'looker'!
Interesting to see Patti Q too ~ her sister Suzi does a fair amount of work over here in England.
Ray
Peter Chou19-Jan-2005 01:06
I simply love your vintage photos! Do feel free to visit my humble gallery and I appreciate all comments and advices.
Xabier Mikel Laburu Van Woudenberg27-Dec-2004 17:41
Doesen't matter if the repros are not that good as you wold have wished, it is a marvolous document of a time were part of the world thought that the world could go in some other way at the same time it looks so far but it is so close, the 70's when I was born but the time my parents lived. As a photojournalist I always say I wold have liked to be it in those times, perhaps it is the conception I have or it is true, don't know but I think that we have lost on the way many things from then. Great Gallery, seriously.

Mikel
Vincent Belford30-Aug-2004 22:40
Thanks for this wonderful gallery. I was born in '42 so as 1972 approached I was deemed to be not trustworthy. I did very marginally help in organizing a school protest in the aftermath of Kent State May 1970 - (mostly I took some photos of the event http://www.pbase.com/vincebelford/msm_1970) As I recall, the East coast was a shade less loose than your fabulous photos of the West indicate, but it's safe to say a good time was had by all BUT with the all pervading shadow of the force of darkness lurking somewhere above or was it below? As the French say The more things change etc. Now we find that the forces of darkness have gathered again and our country is as strongly divided if not more so than say 1968.
So Dickens had it right when he said It was the best of times - it was the worst of times.
Peace Bro,
Vince B.
Guest 03-Aug-2004 21:45
Great photos and some beautiful portraits.
bill abrams 01-Aug-2004 01:34
hi,
I really enjoyed the photos very much. its almost hard to beleive
people were sooooo relaxed back then. (;-)
you really caught the essence of the life style.
I was in the service then, and then got married early.
so I never experienced it, but my brother, brother-in-law, and
many of my friends would have fit in well.(;-) where did the years go?
when I see older photos, I can't help but wonder, "where are they now?"
hey, thanks for sharing them with all.
bill