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The mysterious within the reality has always been at the heart of photography for Claire Flanders. She photographed weddings and portraits and worked as a photojournalist for twenty years before concentrating on fine-art photography. She talks with Diane about the recently published book of her photographs, which can be purchased at Politics and Prose or at the Troyer Gallery in Washington, D.C., or you may contact Claire Flanders.
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