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Black Flames in the Sand

Clarence John Laughlin, often referred to as Louisiana's first surrealist photographer, made "Black Flames in the Sand" in 1952.

Black Flames in the Sand

Courtesy of Ogden Museum of Southern Art

Black Flames in the Sand. Laughlin, Clarence John (Photographer)

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