By turns wry and poignant, humorous and disturbing, Michael Carlebach’s collection of photographs offers a timely vision of America. The book Some of Us presents people and places across the country caught like reflections in a quickly passed mirror that remind us who we really are and suggest where we might be going. I’ve spent most of my life photographing across America,...
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