Ruth E. Hamori, M.D.

"While I have been an inveterate taker of photographs my whole adult life, it has only been in recent years that I have engaged in it as an art form. My enthusiasm for photography began at an early age, inspired by my father, Charles D. Enselberg, M.D., a cardiologist and amateur photographer who taught me the principles of good photography. As a psychiatrist, it goes without saying that I am curious about people and the world they live in, who they really are, what they think, what they feel, what they do. I enjoy the challenge of trying to capture people, sometimes from a different culture, engaged in their activities of daily living, without intruding on their privacy. At the opposite extreme, I go to uninhabited places to hike whenever I have the opportunity. I love to be enveloped by awe-inspiring scenery and I bring home what I can on film."



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