One of the radio programs on my local NPR station that seems to have been featuring photographers quite often is Studio 360. In the episode that I caught part of last night they did an interview with William Christenberry that I found interesting. Christenberry is a photographer, painter, and sculptor who was born in 1936 in Alabama. Since the early 1970’s, he has been documenting the morphing rural landscape of his childhood home. I found Christenberry’s description of how Walker Evens helped to influence his photography interesting — shows how we sometimes never end up where we intend.