Living in a post atomic China

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Kunming, once known as the city of the Eternal Spring, now it’s experiencing an era of transition.

People still live in old, ruined houses, awaiting for resettlement. Pictures taken with a Horizon Kompakt; films: Ferrania Solaris 200, Expired Agfa Vista 400

Photo by Dominique Musorrafiti

Images of the demolition of huge urban areas in China

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Pictures by Dominique Musorrafiti

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