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Melbourne 2014 - Aletheia

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"Nothing is working the same way as on the ground. It's like you are in another dimension. But this is why it is so interesting…"

"Nothing is working the same way as on the ground. It's like you are in another dimension. But this is why it is so interesting…"

"Nothing is working the same way as on the ground. It's like you are in another dimension. But this is why it is so interesting…"

"Nothing is working the same way as on the ground. It's like you are in another dimension. But this is why it is so interesting…"

"Nothing is working the same way as on the ground. It's like you are in another dimension. But this is why it is so interesting…"

"Nothing is working the same way as on the ground. It's like you are in another dimension. But this is why it is so interesting…"

"Nothing is working the same way as on the ground. It's like you are in another dimension. But this is why it is so interesting…"

"Nothing is working the same way as on the ground. It's like you are in another dimension. But this is why it is so interesting…"

Lady in the Water. Toni Frissell. Weeki Wachi Springs. 1947

Lady in the Water. Toni Frissell. Weeki Wachi Springs. 1947

New York. Dec. 8, 1980. "Later that afternoon, John was murdered… The way these events played out is an excellent example of how circumstances change a picture. It’s like when you think of the picture and suddenly the photograph has a story...I think it's amazing when there's a lot of levels to a photograph”, Annie Leibovitz.

New York. Dec. 8, 1980. "Later that afternoon, John was murdered… The way these events played out is an excellent example of how circumstances change a picture. It’s like when you think of the picture and suddenly the photograph has a story...I think it's amazing when there's a lot of levels to a photograph”, Annie Leibovitz.

Soviet Union. Armenia. 1972. Part of his exhibition "Geometry of the Moment, 'Landscapes'". "To take a photograph is to align the head, the eye and the heart. It’s a way of life. To take a photograph is to hold one’s breath when all faculties converge in the face of fleeting reality", Henri Cartier-Bresson.

Soviet Union. Armenia. 1972. Part of his exhibition "Geometry of the Moment, 'Landscapes'". "To take a photograph is to align the head, the eye and the heart. It’s a way of life. To take a photograph is to hold one’s breath when all faculties converge in the face of fleeting reality", Henri Cartier-Bresson.


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