Through traveling, I realize that even the most ordinary and touristic destinations are surrounded by weirdness and imperfection. All I have to do is turn my camera in a slightly different direction, or walk one street over. This is neither a profound nor new observation, but it is my motivation. Many of my favorite photos come from being at right […]
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