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The Granby Album 


A photograph is a subjective and monocular document. The edges become finite, capturing time as a singular moment forever, encapsulated by chemical means.

What is captured within the photograph is up to the photographer themselves. Their selfish choice of subject, environment and symbols create stories out of their intent.

As a viewer it is no different, the way a photograph is read creates a mental image shaped by past experiences, social and cultural backgrounds and the way the visual work is presented. In turn, an individual personal perception and personal narrative.

There is no right or wrong way to look at this work, explore the world through the eyes of the photographer.

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