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Topic - Kael Alford
Atlanta's High Museum of Art invited three photographers to present their views of the American South, and the results _ including slices of urban life, rural portraits and eroding marshlands _ will be on display starting this weekend.
As a journalist accustomed to moving from story to story and going where the action is, one of the toughest things was spending a significant amount of time in one place, she said.
"The personal connections I made with people are what kept me coming back," she said. "Because I spent so much time and focused on that one place, I really saw more of the complexities."