Lee continued taking pictures of her as she was dying of cancer.
English: The boulevard of 30 June in Kinshasa Date April 2003 Source Own work Author Permission Public domain Public domain false false This work has been released into the by its author,.
To make such photographs, and, even more so, to pose for them, is an act of defiance.
In the course of her career, the photographer Jocelyn Lee has been drawn to nude bodies of all shapes and ages.
Behind them, the sea and sky are a light-suffused blue.
The natural settings, devoid of sociological detail and inherently beautiful, tend to banish ironic readings and extend a certain benevolence to the naked subjects.
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