Throughout our research, print hunting, discoveries, our curious exploring dealers' eyes encounter anonymous image/objects which draw us in, create an occular tension, go tilt, arouse curiosity and/or a particular emotion. We harvest prints which seem interesting to preserve, set aside, study, identify, in the eventual hope we will pass them onto other photography afficonados.
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