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PHOTO ESSAY Southern Scenes Original Photographs taken by Dan Sears I 0 3 Former ap and ?pi photographer Dan Sears says that his "Southern Scenes" is "an on-going personal project to document vistas and sights that are disappearing from the South." For Sears, photography is preservation. So far he has "logged over 1 300 miles" in the course of his project, and he has found some of the most artfully crafted images we've ever published (like this picture above, taken near Bunn, North Carolina). Photography aficionados will appreciate that the "Scenes" were shot in Hasselblad medium format on Fujicolor 400 film and then scanned and converted into black and white images. The rest ofus can only appreciate the mixture ofthe magical and the ordinary that these photos capture, the consideration they provoke, and the sense ofwonder they leave with us. 29 NearSouthport, North Carolina, 2000. NearBunn, North Carolina, 2000. 30 southern cultures, Fall2000: Dan Sears NearBunn, North Carolina, 1999. Near Bunn, North Carolina, 1999. Southern Scenes 3 1 Near Clinton, North Carolina, 1999. 32 southern cultures, Fall2000 : Dan Sears Near Clinton, North Carolina, 1999. Southern Scenes 3 3 Near Bunn, North Carolina, 2000. Near Bath, North Carolina, 2000. 34 southern cultures, Fall2000 : Dan Sears NearBunn, North Carolina, 2000. NearBath, North Carolina, 2000. Southern Scenes 3 5 ...

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ISSN
1534-1488
Print ISSN
1068-8218
Pages
pp. 29-35
Launched on MUSE
2012-01-04
Open Access
No
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