Photos by Bradford Gregory.
you switched the first two photos- why that?
but i concur the now second photo is indeed unsettling.
i hope he’s just sunburned.
i originally meant to alternate black and white and colour photos – that portrait of the guy who looks like he just got punched is such a powerful image, i can’t stop looking at it
I think he looks scalded.
Or possibly an alergic reaction.
Painful whatever happened.
Very nice photos, number 3 makes me feel nostalgia for something I’ve never actually experienced.
powerful is the right word. there’s so much beautiful symmetry in it – and that makes the peek-y eye even more disturbing.
Ahhh! I love every last one!! Especially the second to last! Incredible. Incredible. Incredible.
Absolutely effin’ brilliant!
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