Last week, Eurasianet featured the work of photographer Winslow Martin. A chance 1998 encounter with an Armenian priest in Massachusetts had given Martin unusual access inside the Armenian church on both sides of the Atlantic. It also initiated a lifelong passion.
The images in this second chapter reveal a photographer more established in Armenia, exploring secular, daily life with his camera between 2001 and 2008. Unencumbered by the news cycle, the images are personal – less document, more poem.
Martin travels back to Armenia regularly to continue shooting.
Winslow Martin is a photographer based in Arlington, Massachusetts.
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