"I Saw It At Ray's House" is a photo exhibition by photographer Elizabeth Nahum-Albright. It consists of photos taken in and around Ray Bradbury's Los Angeles home. Some of the photos date from the photographer's childhood visits to Ray's house, but most of them later years, with a large number showing the house and Ray's effects after he had passed away.
The exhibition debuted as a physical exhibition at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis a couple of years ago, but is now being made available online for the first time by Soho Photo Gallery. The photos are fascinating, but not without a tinge of sadness. You can view the exhibition here.
Elizabeth Nahum-Albright will be a guest on a forthcoming episode of my podcast, Bradbury 100.