Charlie Tompkins’ black and white photographs emanate a sense of wide-open space and of great peace and harmony regardless of their subject matter.
                                        —See In the Press




A photograph is like
a little window of time.
When we look into that
window we can see
what a small slice of
“reality” looked like at
a given instant, frozen
in metallic silver.









A successful photograph will
take you where the photographer
was emotionally at the time.