Photographer Gergő Gosztom’s “After Christmas” Shows The Other Side Of The Holidays

by • December 26, 2014 • PhotographyComments (0)663

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Hungarian photographer Gergő Gosztom is not a fan of the Christmas tree.  Although I’m not sure of his feelings towards the holiday itself, Gosztom feels the Christmas tree is a huge waste: “I’ve always hated Christmas trees.  It’s an unnecessary thing.  We always thrown them away.”  Gosztom took his dislike of the tradition and made it the subject of one of his series entitled “After Christmas” showing illuminated Christmas trees in various states of refuse.  For more of his work you can visit GosztomGergo.hu.  (Source: Think Outside The Box on Facebook).

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