World War I Museum

Beneath the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City is the World War I Museum. It is an immense collection of artifacts, stories, and history of the first World War. 

 It seems that industry and capitalism benefit the most from war. I don’t want any more war. 

 There are so many artifacts and glass cases dividing the rooms, making it possible to cram many layers into a frame, creating kind of a collage of shapes, light, and faces.


 These images were made with the Contax G2 and Zeiss 45mm f/2. Shot on Ilford HP5+ @1600 developed and scanned at home with the Pakon f135+ 

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