Images for Reflection

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Images for Reflection: Images of the Jewish Holocaust from the camera of amateur photographer and world traveler Scott L. Sakansky.
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"If all this suffering does not help us to broaden our horizon, to attain a greater humanity ... then it will have been for nothing." Thus reads the introduction to Images for Reflection, a photo tour of Europe's World War II concentration camps, a dark travelogue that goes from Auchswitz and Buchenwald to Warsaw and on to Yad Vashem, Israel's Holocaust memorial. Wisely, the photographer lets these images speak for themselves -- a testimony and moment of remembrance.




IMAGES FOR REFLECTION
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"If all this suffering does not help us to broaden our horizon, to attain a greater humanity... then it will have been for nothing." Thus reads the introduction to Scott L. Sakansky's photo tour of Europe's World War II concentration camps, a dark travelogue that goes from Auchswitz and Buchenwald to Warsaw and on to Yad Vashem, Israel's Holocaust memorial. Wisely, the photographer lets these images speak for themselves -- a testimony and moment of remembrance.
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"Scott L. Sakansky's photos are quietly revealing and reflective. A gallery of images haunting in their isolation and desolation portrays the stark beauty of some of the buildings with feeling enough to bring the historical tragedy into contrast with the reality of today. A bit of text would have helped explain the position and function of much of what you see in the gallery, but this site is evidently does not aim at historical reference so much as at aesthetic reflection, and what it does, it does well. Scott reveals Auschwitz, Belzec, Treblinka and other places in their surprisingly well maintained horror - the fences are still up and many of the rooms seem horrific in their nakedness".