I first saw photographer John Schabel’s images in 1997 when he brought a very large box of incredibly beautiful prints for Twin Palms publisher Jack Woody to view. Now more than 15 years later, Twin Palms is publishing Schabel’s “Passengers,” a fascinating series depicting eerily anonymous airline passengers isolated behind sealed airplane windows. I spoke to Schabel to congratulate him on his long awaited book of these extraordinary images.
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