David Bowie, Fenton Lake, New Mexico, 1975

David Bowie, Fenton Lake, New Mexico, 1975
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© Geoff MacCormack, 1975

This photo was taken when David had just finished shooting a grueling scene in The Man Who Fell to Earth where his character Thomas Jerome Newton is vivisected by government scientists in order to find out who or what he is. There is something of a Charlotte Rampling look about this shot. --Geoff MacCormack

David Bowie, Fenton Lake, New Mexico, 1975 by Geoff MacCormack

Color: Black and White    Type: Giclée Print    Edition: 100    Signed: Signed

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