night flight by David Brunetti

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© David Brunetti

My project ‘Crossing Jordan’ is nominated for the Felix Schoeller Photo Award and will be exhibited at the Cultural History Museum in Osnabrück. The winners will be announced this weekend. Good luck to my fellow nominees.

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