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Scottish photographer Sandy Carson, now based in Austin, Texas, examines a specific segment of American life in a humorous and simultaneously poignant way. In his series titled Paradise Has Relocated, Carson captures the remains of post-Hurricane Ike (2008) Galveston. There’s a ghostliness in his shots of abandoned everyday objects and fractured structures. I love them all.
You can see the rest of this series on Carson’s website as well as his other projects; Obstructed Blandscapes being another series I especially liked.
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