A trip around the world is contained within “Hemispheres and Continents,” a show of 16 large photographs executed over the past decade by London-based photographer Darren Almond. The images appear dreamlike because these Japanese meadows, African jungles, arctic ice shelves and other locations are nocturnal scenes illuminated solely by moonlight, using exposures lasting between 15 minutes and an hour.
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