“Most of the time, getting a unique photograph requires a lot of hard work. I have a saying: if it is easy, it probably has already been done. From a creative standpoint, an easy photograph is usually not very fulfilling,” writes photojournalist Peter Essick in his newly-released book, Our Beautiful, Fragile World. In the light of the work featured, this statement holds true.
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