Stratographs: Photos by Simon Norfolk
Photos of two abandoned Soviet tanks in the war-ravaged Bamiyan Valley in Afghanistan taken in different seasons and shot from the same vantage point. The Bamiyan Valley was once famous for its 170-foot-tall Buddhas, which were destroyed by the Taliban in 2001. The images convey a sense of perseverance and strength, both human and natural, as we see the landscape change through the seasons.
On view at Benrubi Gallery Feb. 5 – Mar. 21.