Following in the footsteps of explorers who discovered the coast of Hispaniola, the Italo-Haitian photographer Roberto Stephenson has captured the beauty of Haiti. Stephenson never shies away from showing harsh facts like mass deforestation, and mankind never appears in his work. The large-format photographs are more reminiscent of painting, showing all the details and making sure that nature retains a place.
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