Jim McGill’s Tibetan Portraits of Hope…now showing at Anuvue Studio
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These are fabulous. Glad to hear the show was a success. I was reminded of Curtis and his role photographing American Indians at the turn of the last century.
Amazing work, some of the best I’ve had the privilege to see. Should be in National Geographic!
I love Jim’s photos.
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