You may have seen Amos Chapple’s photos from the Coldest Village on Earth. You should absolutely see what else he has to offer.
From Amos Chapple’s site:
I started off at New Zealand’s largest daily paper in 2003. After two years chasing news I took a full-time position shooting UNESCO World Heritage sites. In 2012 I went freelance but kept up the travel. Since then I’ve been published in most major news titles around the world and am now a regular contributor to the Guardian, The Atlantic, and Italian Vanity Fair.
After near constant travel through 67 countries I’ve seen almost nothing but kindness, decency and beauty. I have enormous respect for photojournalists working in conflict areas, but I believe there’s much we haven’t lost or destroyed which warrants an honest, non-commercial representation in news media.
Visit Amos’s site to see more.
All images from Amos Chapple’s site: www.amoschapplephoto.com
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