This is exhilarating and disturbing simultaneously within an aesthetic matrix. I dub it an ambivalent photographic aesthetics. I flipped through each picture, and it molded my emotion, a smile, anger, woooooow, laughter, frown, the whole range.
This is truly a "terrible beauty", apologies to Yeats.--
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