Living Fragments


The Human Body Editors’ Pick

“The human body is the best picture of the human soul” – Ludwig Wittgenstein

Banner image courtesy of Jing Tai Tune.

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Following Alison Morley of the ICP’s selection of winning images for our ‘THE HUMAN BODY’ theme, this compilation of 20 images, selected by the Life Framer editors represents some of the other talented photographers whose work struck us and left a mark. Some are more literal representations of the theme, and others are more abstract, but each one is a stunning image worthy of exposure and attention.

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Image and text courtesy of Jeremy Knowles.

“In the immediate run up to the 2017 solar eclipse seen in totality across several States of North America the media coverage of the event both national and local was considerable At a time of political shifts within the White House following a series of senior staff resignations continued suspicions over claims of Russian hacking in the 2016 presidential election growing tensions between the US and North Korea after missile fears for Guam and domestic clashes in Charlottesville between White Nationalists and counter protestors over the Civil War monument dispute the eclipse story became a simple distraction

Repetitive reports ran daily – ranging from how to best watch the eclipse in which States and what times how to safely observe it without damaging the eye ways to construct homemade viewing devices etc to discussions of a shortage of eclipse glasses in stores across the country thus prompting shipments from the UK and Bonnie Tyler announcing that she would sing Total Eclipse of the Heart on board a cruise ship leaving from Florida

In looking up at the eclipse as it was told to me by the people I spoke with at the time there was a shared feeling of having witnessed the miraculous One news reporter later described it as magical It happened regardless of political and cultural stresses and it happened for everyone But for those who were too late to buy eclipse glasses a Cheerios box with a pinhole on the side was all they needed to look away from America and forget.”

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Image courtesy of Giulia Bersani.

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Image courtesy of Sandra Vijandi.

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