In Almost Every Picture #3.
Edited by Eric Kessels. Essay by Tyler Whisnand.
KesselsKramer, Amsterdam, 2005. 224 pp., 100 color illustrations, 6x7¾".
This third volume of In Almost Every Picture is a look at pictures taken with a camera that detects motion. We witness self-made portraits of deer and other small animals in nature; a reality that humans are not privy to, even when stomping around in the woods. The images capture these animals and bring us face to face with them in a sudden, unexpected flash.
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