Concord, Georgia is a small town that most Atlantans don’t know the name of. An hour and an half south of the capital, Concord is the place for a very exciting annual photography festival, aptly named SlowExposures. Started twelve years ago, the festival was a creative way to call attention to the rapid disappearance of the rural land to subdivisions by using contemporary fine art photography
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