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- The time between adolescence and adulthood is fraught with mercurial shifts in mood, awkward bodies, and charged interactions—”a crucial time in our lives that we can never get back.”
- Rural Appalachia is known for its poverty and social problems—instead, these still, atmospheric photographs focus on the locals’ unique bind to their fading community. In the photographer’s words, “The crack in the soul is more important than the one on the wall.”
- Soft and beautiful from a distance, but uneasy upon closer inspection—each of these photos, made on the streets of New Orleans, tells a story in which the surface tensions are just about ready to burst.
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