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Arizona as seen through a British camera lens

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David Hurn in the botanical gardens, Tempe, photographed by his friend Bill Jay, 1980.

The Guardian

In 1979, British photographer David Hurn was awarded a UK/US Bicentennial Fellowship to photograph in America. With the whole country to choose from, he opted to focus on Arizona, where he was drawn to its festivals and social gatherings. He returned several times over the following years to document the day-to-day life of the driest state.


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