Roger Daltrey, Connecticut, 1978
I drove with a twelve-foot roll of seamless paper hanging out my car window for six hours to get to Roger Daltrey at some remote seaside locale. When I arrived, he said he didn't feel like being photographed. He wanted to go for a walk. I told him I'd follow behind and maybe along the way he'd let me know if it was all right to take pictures. Slowly, he walked down toward the water. Since he was fully clothed, I thought he'd stop at the shoreline, but he kept walking. I followed, holding the cameras over my head. Once his mouth was covered with water I said It's OK to shoot now, Right? He had no time to answer. - Lynn Goldsmith
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