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George Harrison, photographed in February 1965 by Henry Grossman

"One morning during the ‘Help’ shoot in Nassau, as he ate breakfast with Harrison, [Henry] Grossman reached for his camera to grab a particular shot.

'George looks as I would expect Hamlet to look,' he says. 'Early morning, totally open, something going on in the mind, not trying to put anything on. It’s one of my best portraits.'

[…] Despite their youth, the Beatles had depths that impressed Grossman. ‘I have a 25-minute audiotape of George and me talking about philosophy,’ he says. ‘He was so far ahead of what I knew then and know even now, my God. This was an old soul. Someone who knew and had thought about everything.’” - From "Every Head He’s Had The Pleasure To Know" by Susan Piland, Brandeis Magazine

thateventuality:

George Harrison, photographed in February 1965 by Henry Grossman

"One morning during the ‘Help’ shoot in Nassau, as he ate breakfast with Harrison, [Henry] Grossman reached for his camera to grab a particular shot.

'George looks as I would expect Hamlet to look,' he says. 'Early morning, totally open, something going on in the mind, not trying to put anything on. It’s one of my best portraits.'

[…] Despite their youth, the Beatles had depths that impressed Grossman. ‘I have a 25-minute audiotape of George and me talking about philosophy,’ he says. ‘He was so far ahead of what I knew then and know even now, my God. This was an old soul. Someone who knew and had thought about everything.’” - From "Every Head He’s Had The Pleasure To Know" by Susan Piland, Brandeis Magazine

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