Hanna Koreuber is an emerging photographer from Berlin who is using her photography as a way to continue the family tradition of making photographic travel diaries. This series was shot on the small island of Sylt, the northernmost island of Germany, using the bulky Olympus Superzoom 70G that she was given as a child. Hanna explores the slow pace of being on vacation, enjoying those small, odd things you do not see or are not aware of in busy everyday life.
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