Bruce Haley is an American photojournalist who covers conflicts across the world for large magazines. His series Topographics, a set of remarkably composed panoramic images, is a breath of fresh air. Out of harm’s way, Haley remains a politically committed person whose reflections carry a special resonance that goes beyond the limits of resignation. If, like us, you missed his exhibition at Anastasia photo in New York, we invite you to explore his beautiful black-and-white architectural photographs and consider man’s influence on the earth.
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