icon caret-left icon caret-right instagram pinterest linkedin facebook twitter goodreads question-circle facebook circle twitter circle linkedin circle instagram circle goodreads circle pinterest circle

Fading Out: Aging and Beyond RSS feed

Farewell to T.L Hawkins, part 1

T.L. Hawkins
T.L.’s mother was a supermodel and his father was a photographer of horses and high society. T.L. trained as a physicist, working in underwater acoustics on Navy contracts for anti-submarine warfare, but his passion was photography. Kristie and I had fun putting together a book of his photos, which he refused to commercialize—he wouldn’t show or sell them, but gave them to friends. As his book jacket says, “T.L. was never interested in high fashion or high society. He was drawn to landscapes: to trees flaming with color, twisted by wind, or etched in ice; to the dance of sun and cloud; to water on rocks.”

You can read the Washington Post obit here:

Go here for one of T.L.'s beautiful photos.

Post a comment