The French photographer Hubert Taillard shot his eggs not with a camera, but with a .22 long rifle, covering his studio in yolk. The egg hurtles by like a planet towards its ruin, losing vital matter, falling apart in the chaos. This is Taillard’s third year competing at the FIPC.
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