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The above portrait is part of London-based photographer Roman Sakovich's project, “Half”, which highlights the drastic physical effects of substance abuse. Sakovich has created split images that simultaneously portray an individual prior to a...
The two sides of drug abuse: The startling photos that show the ravaging effects of substance addiction. Anyone can be who a whole different person but when they become addicts to drugs it changed not only your appearance but your whole life.
Just 350 yards from the Bronx, North Brother Island was first employed as a quarantine centre in 1885. It was soon a home to six lepers. Its most notorious resident was 'Typhoid Mary' - the first healthy carrier of any disease ever to be identified - who spent years confined in its bleak woods. Closed in 1963, it is now a haunting labyrinth of crumbling ruins
SO cool. North Brother Island Quarantine Zone, New York: quarantine zone, leper colony and centre for drug addicts. Just 350 yards from the crowded tenements of the Bronx, North Brother Island was first employed as a quarantine centre in 1885. Closed in 1963, it is now a haunting labyrinth of crumbling ruins.