19.05.15 by Kory Kingsley

Stephen Milner

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A selection of photographs from Savannah, Georgia-based photographer Stephen Milner. His series is titled “The Ogeechee River Project,” which documents the environmental problems facing the residents living along the river, as well as some of the recent effects of the flooding.

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Kory Jean Kingsley
Kory is a photographer living in Savannah, Georgia. She is currently an editor at Aint-Bad Magazine.







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