Iconic photojournalist Don McCullin once said that it wasn’t necessary for photographers to travel far from home to find worthwhile documentary stories citing his series of the homeless in the UK as an example. Absence also can allow the discovery of the new when we return and this is true for Australian photographer Lisa Garland who on coming back to her hometown on the northwest coast of Tasmania (Australia) discovered a whole world she never knew existed.
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