The Day After Tomorrow

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20th Dec, 2012

Self-taught French photographer Franck Allais‘ mission is to put things in a new perspective– things like an impending apocalypse maybe? I promised myself I wouldn’t jump on the end-of-the-world Maya bandwagon but I couldn’t help myself with these whimsical photographs from a lost world…

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Happy Fin du Monde everybody!

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