Great work by London based photographer Mr Toledano and a really nice way of talking about his work, he believes that photographs should be like unfinished sentences. “There should always be space for questions.”
Pictured is an image from his Artic Circle series shot back in 2004. “I’ve always been interested in absence, whether it be emotional or physical. When I take photographs, I find myself editing the physical world. It occurred to me that it might be interesting to go where the landscape had been edited by nature, rather than man.”
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