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525 feet below the earth’s surface. That’s how far photographer Tito Mouraz journeyed into the rock quarries of Portugal to document realms forever transformed by mining. He spent two years touring the layered landscapes, capturing them as spaces of beauty and wonder rather than excavation. 
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anthropologie:

525 feet below the earth’s surface. That’s how far photographer Tito Mouraz journeyed into the rock quarries of Portugal to document realms forever transformed by mining. He spent two years touring the layered landscapes, capturing them as spaces of beauty and wonder rather than excavation. 

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