UK-based Tim Simmons imbues his long-exposure photographs of ‘humanature’ — a term coined by photographer Peter Goin to describe natural terrain with manmade features — with a sense of sci-fi mystery, as if he is capturing the world discarded by time as described in Stephen King’s The Langoliers.
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