At the very second you are reading this thousands of globetrotters take pictures of crowded megalopolises and tiny god-forsaken places, which they have been brought to by their curiosity and constant thirst for adventure. And it is because of this that we live in an age when pretty much everything ordinary life, bucolic landscapes and urban scenery, people – is intentionally or unintentionally documented and thus preserved for the future. Travel photography is probably the only truly accessible mode of preservation in a fast-changing world. In this light Werner’s photographs both fit into and stand out of the travelogue genre....
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