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John Horniblow

john horniblow salvage photograph
John Horniblow
Vevey Switzerland . Australian national

Cedar Glen, California. A man salvages all that remains of his house and possessions in the aftermath of a wildfire. ” In the strange silence and in a world reduced to ashen greys and blacks after a wildfire had torn through a small settlement of houses in the mountains I came across this sole person sifting through the remains of his house. The two items in his hands are all that was salvaged. ”

John is the founder and editor of Photojournale and publisher of Photojournale Connections Across A Human Planet. John is both photographer and film maker  with his photographic work featuring in Geo Mundo, Penguin books and People ( Time Inc.) . He also has worked on production managing  and assisting Frans Lanting on assignment with National Geographic and  has also produced directed and shot documentary and short films featuring on SBSTV , Channel Seven and at International Film Festivals.

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4 Responses to “John Horniblow”

  1. sam bienstock says:

    John – Very sad. It certainly is reminiscent of the bush fires here last year in Victoria. The poignancy is the contrast between what the man holds in possession (a tea kettle and a ceramic cat) against the burned out car and house with chimney still standing. There seems to be a forlorn look of resignation about him but his clothes and stance suggest “rugged individualist mountain man” type. Nice moment but once again, sad to see.

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  3. jerycgarcia says:

    Hi, John,

    I see the book has finally come to term. Congratulations to us all.


  4. Hey John,

    So happy and proud the book is finally out!!! It looks fantastic,excellent job!



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