It began with an overlooked box.
Placed on a high shelf, the box had changed locations after numerous moves, numerous times. Nobody considered opening it.
Until 2012, when much to Ringo Starr’s delight he discovered the box contained old postcards that went back as far as 50 years earlier.
And that was just the tip of the sentimental iceberg.
While in the process of “tidying up”, the man known as the “Fourth Beatle” came across a hitherto unopened drawer that when discovered, revealed the most priceless of treasures – hundreds of photographic negatives, the majority taken during a time when the Beatles were still a band and more popular than the big G himself, 1964-1970.
With every photo being taken by the Fourth Beatle, himself.Read more "Beneath the Surface – The Cancerian Camera of Ringo Starr, Part II"