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Isolation 1 - Winter Inertia
Photo By Claire Letoret

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Photographer: Claire Letoret

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  • Studio Name: Isolation 1 - Winter Inertia
  • State/Province/Region:
  • Country: South Africa
  • Nearest Area: SEA POINT
  • Nearest Town: CAPE TOWN
  • Gear: HANDHELD - NATURAL LIGHT
  • Description: My plane for Paris and summer was at 4pm, so I took my usual morning walk. Absolute silence. Every other day there would be people of all shapes and sizes, jogging, walking dogs, children playing. The nearby construction workers were no-where to be seen, probably huddled away in some container warming their hands on a hot coffee. The silence was abruptly broken by the Lighthouse sounding its foghorn to warn passing ships of Cape Town's notoriously jagged coastline. Not a tourist in sight. The playground starkly silhouetted by the back light, could well have been the scene of a Stephen King novel.

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