Elegy For Moss Land
Perhaps Clarence John Laughlin's appreciation for French Symbolist poetry inspired him to create ambiguous double exposure photographs, such as this "Elegy for Moss Land," made in 1940.
|Courtesy of||Roger H. Ogden Collection|
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