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Thierry Cohen | Paris 48° 51' 52'' N 2021-07-14 Utc 22:18

Darkened Cities by Thierry Cohen

Darkened Cities is a nightscapes series by photographer Thierry Cohen showing the most celebrated cities in the world in a different way; The view of the skies above that are usually blocked by city lights and atmospheric pollution.
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© Michael Kenna - musée Carnavalet

Michael Kenna | Paris

Michael Kenna donated 42 of this photographs of Paris to the city’s Musée Carnavalet last year. The museum already holds 17 other Kenna prints and is now exhibiting a selection of some fifty of their Kenna photographs.

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The Jolly Roger, Ocean City Amusement Park, Ocean City, Maryland, USA, 2011.

Alex Maclean | Understanding the world from above

Alex MacLean is a photographer with a unique perspective and insight. He takes us out of the streets and into the skies, reducing humanity down to the size of a model with his photographs taken from 5,000 feet above the earth in a Cessna aeroplane.

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Watermark by Edward Burtynsky

Watermark by Edward Burtynsky

Photographer Edward Burtynsky has been always fascinated by man’s relationship with water. In his new film, Watermark, he explores how this resource is exploited, sometimes with terrible consequences.

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Robert Adams: The place we live

Robert Adams / Colorado Springs, Colorado 1968 © Robert Adams. Courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco et Matthew Marks Gallery, New York

Colorado Springs, Colorado 1968 © Robert Adams

Robert Adams has photographed the changing landscape of the American West for over four decades and how it have been altered by human activity. His photographs reveals the fragile beauty that endures despite our troubled relationship with nature, and with ourselves.

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Adrift, a love letter to the fog of the San Francisco Bay Area

The film was shot over a period of two years by filmmaker Simon Christen. The author had to deal with the changing weather, hiking in the dark to only find that the fog was too high, too low, or already gone by the time he got there. Luckily, once in a while the conditions would be perfect and he was able to capture something really special.

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