Passage to Neverland
John Clarence Laughlin eschewed the notion of documentary photography but rather wanted his images to convey perceptions, intuitions and symbolism. This black and white photograph was made in 1958 and titled "Passage to Neverland."
|Courtesy of||Ogden Museum of Southern Art|
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