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Silence is Grey by Juan Moranta

Jul 21, 2013 by     No Comments    Posted under: Photography

An ideal and peaceful series for this final day of the weekend with Silence is Grey by Juan Sebastián Rodríguez Moranta. “The photographer goes running every morning for two years to watch the sun rise over the Barcelona sea. Especially on overcast days. His camera is slung over his shoulder. When he reaches the shore, he stops and takes another photo, grey and minimalist, possibly with the hope of catching his own solitude. The result of those two years is 20 nearly identical images.” The complete series is available here.

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