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Nairobi National Park. 1958. A lioness in Nairobi National Park., 1958

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    George Rodger often traveled to Africa to photograph wildlife on the country's natural reserves and national parks. Here, he captured a stunning image of a lioness as seen through a magnifying glass, both catching a glimpse of the wild and commenting on how technology can allow us see beyond the human eye. 

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