Man lands on Moon by Edgar Berg

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Man on the Moon is a poetic series of photographs by the great photographer Edgar Berg, who was inspired by the historical event from year 1969. Almost everyone watched the landing on the moon and emotions arose among the people on the streets, which was the main inspiration for this photographer. Edgar, who bought his first camera through eBay, has wonderful, epic projects with a deeper idea and story. See minimalist and somewhat mysterious photos taken on a street in New York.

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