Tuesday, May 6, 2008

Pronunciation: \ˈtan-dəm\
Function: noun
Etymology: Latin, at last, at length (taken to mean “lengthwise”), from tam so; akin to Old English thæt that
Date: circa 1785

1 a (1): a 2-seated carriage drawn by horses harnessed one before the other (2): a team so harnessed b: tandem bicycle c: a vehicle (as a motortruck) having close-coupled pairs of axles2: a group of two or more arranged one behind the other or used or acting in conjunction
— in tandem
1: in a tandem arrangement2: in partnership or conjunction

Noticing their are a growing number of photographers that work in pairs. Here are a few to check out.

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