Toronto photographer Marshall Sokoloff points his camera at the ground for a few months. The results—an example is above—are better than you’d expect. His photos are crisp, surprising, abstract, and brilliantly composed. The gallery, with a brief introduction, is at The Morning News. Have a good weekend.
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