Ezra Stoller’s Iconic Photographs of American Architecture

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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
Photograph: Ezra Stoller
Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
Photograph: Ezra Stoller
Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
Photograph: Ezra Stoller
Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller
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Photograph: Ezra Stoller

“Photography is space, light, texture, of course, but the really important element is time—that nanosecond when the image organizes itself on the ground glass.”

— Ezra Stoller

Source: EzraStoller.com

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