This series is the result of many outings in unusual, impenetrable places where few people venture and which constitute a kind of spongy swamps around the bodies of water. As I paced the paths around the various bodies of water I slipped into the jumble of dead trees, branches tangled. This series of strange, disturbing photographs has emerged. We find […]
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