Where the Time Goes, released shortly before David’s death, examines Diane and David’s relationship since the early 1970s. Hawkeyelooks further back, to photographs David took with the Brownie Hawkeye camera he received for his eighth birthday in 1959. It documents, from a child’s perspective, family, church, work, and school in the region that would become Silicon Valley.

The Hawkeye was designed to be easy to use and required no particular expertise, but David took an active role in composing each photograph. All the early photos were slightly crooked, creating a signature style in the young photographer’s work.

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