For the very first time in history, Sydney’s iconic Harbour Bridge is going to be painted in light..by you!
About six months ago, we shared photographer Lalage Snow’s powerful series of triptychs titled We Are The Not Dead depicting the transformative faces of servicemen before, during and after their deployment to Afghanistan. We were lucky enough to get in touch with Lalage, who kindly shared these four additional images with us and answered a few questions. Be sure to read that interview.
What would it look like if New York and London overlapped? Through these double exposures, photographer Daniella Zalcman shows us.
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