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The Austin Sun Reunion, Halloween 2009
See also my Austin Sun Photographs from 1975–76
No Reproduction in Any Medium
Without Payment to and Specific Written Permission from J R Compton,
them here. If you feel you just gotta send somebody copies of my photographs, send them the web address instead.
Special thanks to Martha McKenzie for making name corrections.
Two Women Talking on the Back Porch: x and Charlyn Zlotnick
Back Porch Early
Three Guys in the Dining Room — Philip Russell, Michael Ventura and …
Carlene on the Porch
Sun Slant on the Front Porch
The Doctor's Spider
White Hat — Scout Stormcloud, Cass Hook
Mr. & Doctor ____
Carlene in the Kitchen
UT & Paisley
Big Smiles — Diana Claitor, Marty McKenzie
The Same Earrings - from Tesoros — Anna Palmer and Diana Claitor
Couch Talk — Dean Rindy and Eric Rosenblum
Back Porch Social
Plaid vs. Stripes
Food and Conversation
In the Kitchen
Dave extracts Brisket
Man with Toothpick
BigBoy in the Kitchen
Cat Man — Thorne Dreyer
Surprise, Happy Birthday
Michael Ventura blowing out candles
The Birthday Boy
Jim Franklin Arrives Late with extra pair of eyes
Nightbyrd, Ventura, Hubig and Franklin
The one picture with J R in it, with Scout
Cass, Carlene, J R, Marty, Eric
This may be it. I'll look at everything I shot that night in a couple days again, and there's a couple shots I'm wobbling on, but these are an ample representation. All that's missing now is identification of the people in the pictures. Thank you again and again for that, Martha McKenzie.
If it's at all important to anyone to have all these people named, please use my latest email on the contact page and send away. I even think the order is accurately chronological now, not that that's all that important in a party shoot.
I had a marvelous time. I suspect a lot of other people did, too. I always thought the best thing about working at The Austin Sun was the ongoing, collegiate party atmosphere. This event captured that spirit wonderfully.
J R Compton