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7 landscape photographers celebrating minimalism

Nicholas Hughes spends fifteen years making large-format photographs, hand-printed in the darkroom. Navina Khatib finds herself breathless (literally) while visiting Bolivia’s Salar de Uyuni, the planet’s largest salt flat. Isabella Stahl revisits the quiet, freezing countryside of Sweden, where she grew up. From the tucked-away landscapes of Indonesia to the salt mines of Australia, seven photographers reveal the power of simplicity.

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    The Breathtaking Simplicity of the Indonesian Landscape

    The Breathtaking Simplicity of the Indonesian Landscape

    When Hengki Koentjoro makes pictures, he relishes loneliness. Being solo with only the rustle of the wind and the rolling of the tides isn’t painful; …

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