"Beach Piety" by Deigo Luis - Winner - Phoenix Photo&Fiction
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Published April 30, 2018
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Winner: The Monthly Black & White Photo Contest #3

Beach Piety
A Photo by Diego Luis
(Providence, Rhode Island, USA)
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Photo by Diego Luis - a man walking on a beach on the right side, an old lighthouse on the sand on the left, upon an elevation
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Biography
Diego Luis studies history as a doctoral candidate at Brown University. He
uses writing and photography as a form of reclaiming humanity from deep
within claustrophobia-inducing libraries and archives. His photos have
appeared in
West Texas Literary Review, Indigo Lit, Literary Juice,
NAILED Magazine, Asian American Press,
and Billings Gazette.