LANDMARKS

I’ve titled this set Landmarks because after travelling through Europe I was so burnt out on actual landmarks that these scenes appealed more to my senses. And it’s these quiet, tiny moments that shape the experience of travelling through foreign landscapes. We can always google those grandiose structures later, but it’s much more difficult to recollect these fragments of memory.

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