Sad but beautiful photo essay

As image-makers, photographing is the way we deal, the way we understand, and the vehicle to survive within our world. Many times it is the only vehicle to move forward from tragic events. I’ve seen a great deal of photo projects surrounding families and the loss of those close to us. I just came across one by Phillip Toledano, which is one strongest I’ve seen in a while. Toledano explores the last few moment he had with his father. The success of the project is in part due to his writing, part to the photographs, and part to the presentation. Check it out here.

http://www.dayswithmyfather.com

http://www.dayswithmyfather.com

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