Because legendary photographer Barry Feinstein was there. When a truckload of gnomes were returned to George Harrison's estate, Feinstein found a fortuitous moment which became the album cover for All Things Must Pass. Always seeking a new way to perceive reality, Barry Feinstein did more of this creative work with the Rolling Stones, Dylan, The Byrds, Janis Joplin and other greats. He also worked many years in Hollywood and politics creating iconic portraits and ironic photo essays.
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