COMFORT ZONE BY TADAO CERN
Photographer Tadao Cern (Real people - real stories) - "I spent this summer on various beaches taking pictures of strangers in their ‘Comfort Zone’. These photos are not staged and every single detail in them tells us a different story about ourselves. This is only a part of the collection and project consist of 24 large scale prints. Images are for sale in limited edition."
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Wow, some stories do really prove that reality is stranger than fiction:
Witnesses rushed to the aid of Nell Theobald, a model held in the toothy grip of a 223-pound lion until the lion’s jaws were pried open, at a BMW auto show press preview. Ms. Theobald’s woes continued after the mauling — although doctors saved her leg intact, the $3 million lawsuit she filed was settled, to her disappointment, for $250,000. Later, she became a predator of sorts herself, stalking a Swedish opera singer for nearly 10 years. Ms. Theobald committed suicide in 1977, asking that her ashes be scattered on the singer’s garden in Sweden. Photo: Neal Boenzi/The New York Times
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