I found it incredibly moving watching this exhibition. At a time when visiting galleries has been difficult or impossible, the clever people at the British Journal of Photography have created something quite magical.

400 photographs [from the 2019 and 2020 Portrait of Humanity award] ascending 130,000 feet into the stratosphere, broadcasting a message of peace and unity from humankind to space – and possibly even our extra-terrestrial counterparts.”

There is more that unites us than sets us apart

From take-off to landing, enjoy the whole exhibition here.

As always, my thanks to Emma Slade, Madeleine Smith, Julie Read, Betty Brigstock-Williams and the Parker family. Thanks also to the teams at Portrait of Humanity and British Journal of Photography.

Photography copyright Wendy Carrig ©2018

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  1. kateabbey #
    October 6, 2020

    incredible, Wendy !!!

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    • Wendy Carrig | Photographer #
      October 6, 2020

      Thanks so much Kate. It’s quite extraordinary. Something very special indeed.

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  2. gerryb567 #
    October 6, 2020

    Wow, that’s amazing. Your so Talented, I knew it wouldn’t be long until you were super galactic!! 😂

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    • Wendy Carrig | Photographer #
      October 7, 2020

      Ha! Thanks Gerry x If you get time to watch the film is really relaxing – “…sitting in a tin can, far above the world, planet earth is blue…”

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