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Argentinian photographer Ingrid Weyland began creating her Topographies of Fragility series after witnessing the effects of irresponsible tourism on one of her favorite places in Iceland. As a metaphor for “the violent damage nature suffers,” she crumples up, twists, and reshapes physical photographs of majestic landscapes, then rephotographs them atop the original prints. The resulting images—at once surreal and thought-provoking—parallel “the way we treat nature as though it’s disposable,” says Weyland, ultimately “conveying both beauty and decay, reminding us of what we stand to lose.”