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The Photography of Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison
A sampling of the compelling photographs of Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison.
In the series, the Everyman character is always in some dialogue with the earth, often trying to heal it from the ravages wrought by man and technology.
This image is called "The Flying Lesson" and it's part of the series "The Architect's Brother." The series was turned into a book that The New York Times voted one of the ten most notable photography books of 2000.
"Da Vinci's Wings," like all of the images in "The Architect's Brother" series features Robert ParkeHarrison as an Everyman character.
Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison’s “Mourning Cloak”
"After the Feast" is from the ParkeHarrison's latest body of work "Counterpoint."
"The Alchemist" is also from the Counterpoint series.
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