Mike Browne

Photographer // Documentarian // Writer // Traveler

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Heavy

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Oscar – Day 326/365

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Nice Fall Afternoon

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Standing Out

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Hombre Solitario – Day 299/365

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Bigger on the Inside – Day 297/365

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JERI in Yaletown

JERI by James Stewart We wear our past and it is the basis of our interpretation of the world. “Jeri’s” surface has been heavily abstracted in such a way to emote symbols in the same way you read faces and animals in cloud formations. Stepping away from the figure reveals our struggle captured in the moment. As Henry Moore said: “In the human figure one can express more completely one’s feelings about the world than in any other way.”

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Bestest Buddy

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June Bug – Day 296/365

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Heya Tomato! – Day 295/365

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