“In the middle of nowhere” is a paradoxical expression that has a wide range of connotations (from irony to poetry, from disenchantment to contemplation): it is used to refer to an object or a place from a relatively unplaceable space. It indicates a remote thing or location that is out of the ordinary or that juts out unexpectedly from the flat immensity plane. Literally an unplaceable place—an absurdity, a paradox, a deception, an illusion, a brightness—which represents a fabulous subject for photography.
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