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Spirit of the Wild exhibition at Nybroplan (2), Stockholm
Sweden

Spirit of the Wild exhibition in Nybroplan, Stockholm, Sweden. The world's wild life is immortalised in the Photographs by Steve Bloom. But are what we see in his pictures going to have eternal life?

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